Growing under an unidentified hardwood tree in grass alongside Psathyrella candolleana (I was careful to not include these in the collection), buried wood is likely to be present. These specimens may have a veil, but they loose most (All?) traces of it quickly. The stipe discolors little if at all, the smell + taste are mild/indistinct, and the cap surface wrinkles as it dries.
The spores were smooth with a germ pore and are 8-9.5 (10) x 5-5.5 μ from 30 spores measured, the average size is 8.9 × 5.13 μ, and the average Q is 1.74. None of the cystidia react with KOH.
Same location as observations 74024 & 64612.
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Created: 2011-10-15 02:03:31 CDT (-0400)
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