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Really nice to get a name on this!
Such irregular cystidia with finger-like outgrowths remind of the ones that can be found in some Mycena species, but it’s hard to beleive that this is a Mycena. Let’s hope that someone recognizes this..
I had another look at it tonight and relished that what I thought was dirt is the cystidia. They look like the head of cauliflower, have added some photos of them. The spores are 7×4µm ellipsoid and the basida looked to be both 2 and 4 spored.
At the moment I am looking at Campanella vinosolivida for a name.
What a pity, they would have suited well with the greyish gelatinous upper layer on the caps. And no cheilocystidia with glutinous “bulbs” either..?
Over night I was able to get a spore print which is white. I don’t believe its a Hohenbuehelia no conspicuous cystidia (metuloids) are present. There is nothing microscopically that makes it stand out.
Looks like it might have pink spores.
They look like a Hohenbuehelia. If they are, you’ll find conspicious cystidia, very nice to see in the microscope.
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