Notes: The problem with this species is that it has cystidias which it shouldn’t, and the last word is yet to be spoken about the identity of this fungus. We found it in a pristine forest amongst usual Clitocybula lacerata and Mycena romagnesiana, and they look like a mix of those two. Maybe it’s just a gene defective form of C.lacerata. Time will tell.
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