A group of very small specimens (max. cap diameter 1.5 cm) growing on wood.
The microscopic features of these specimens are somewhat distinctive:
- Spores hialine, smooth, broad ellipsoild to oblong with dimensions:
(6.7) 7.5 – 8.3 (9.1) x (4.2) 4.8 – 5.4 (5.9) µm
Q = (1.3) 1.4 – 1.7 (1.9) ; N = 26
Me = 7.9 × 5.1 µm ; Qe = 1.6
Gill edge full of cheilocystidia with many different forms (see the photos);
Stiptipellis also with different shaped caulocystidia (see the photos);
Pileipellis formed by some inflated hyphae, light brown pigmented, sometime some thin and diverticulate hypae are present; the subpellis is very rarified of hyphae; no pileocystidia were observed.
I was looking to the reference to the different genera of Tricholomataceae and found some similarities to the genus Hydropus and particularly to H. moserianus, which however has pileocystidia. Of course, it may also belong to a related genus.
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