Notes: Very small mushrooms (cap ~2.5mm, stem ~2cm) growing on quercus tree leaves. The hymenium is very characteristic and resembles Marasmius. Looking for information I found in the 1st reference two similar species. Since the photos are not conclusive about the existence of a collar and the substrate where they grew, I think it might be Marasmius bulliardii. Due to the size of the mushooms I made cross sections of the cap and observe under the microscope. I join a set of photos. The spores are elliptical with aproximate size of 7 × 3.6 µm.
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Created: 2011-11-01 19:07:38 CDT (-0400)
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