Observation 64729: Psathyrella piluliformis (Bull.) P.D. Orton

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Pileipellis / pileus trama
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Pleurocystidia
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Pleurocystidia
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Pleurocystidia
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Cheilocystidia
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Cheilocystidia
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Spores 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
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Spores 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
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Spores 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions
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Spores 1000x, 10.92 micrometer divisions

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Based on microscopic features: Small spore size

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Hi Cat
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2011-04-03 04:48:58 WAT (+0100)

Not sure why you don’t think this is P. piluliformis. The microscopic features agree quite well with Observation 64818. I am not sure which other species have spores like that, the tiny gray spores are pretty unique. And the simple cheilocystidia/pleurocystidia is also unusual in Psathyrella.

It would be useful to make a spreadsheet with the data on all species in each genus, so you can search on an attribute like spore size and get a list of all the species that have that feature.

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