Collection location: Kaipara harbour, Auckland, New Zealand [Click for map]
Fruiting from soil under Leptospermum scoparium and Kunzea ericioides in native New Zealand bush.
Pileus: 10-20mm in diameter. Conic to convex. Surface viscid with fibrillose squamules, Brown with a tan appendiculate margin.
Lamellae: Attachment sinuate, light brown turning darker brown with maturity.
Stipe: 25-35mm long by 3-4mm in diameter, equal to slightly enlarged at the apex and base. Dark brown with short white hairs.
Spores: Brown in deposit. Ovoid in face view, mango shaped in side view, Im not sure of the right term for this asymmetrical shape? 8×5 microns.
Pleurocystidia: abundant. Narrowly fusiform to fusiform with encrusted apex. 55-60×14 microns.
Strong farinaceous smell.
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