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and I thought about it for a second but Entoloma species are much bigger, altho Entoloma dysthales, dysthaloides, hirtum and the like are strikingly similar. You should dry the specimens and send it to someone who does microscoping. Be it as it be keep a dried specimen!
I don’t know any that I would call professionall, there is a bunch of comunityes having verified determinators, but doubt that that would be called proffessional, as verification is made on ‘macro’ specieses.
The closest match known to me migt be this:
But gills count is different , besides, that on my link was on ground.
Will try to deliver the thing to nearby mushrom society.
with a professional mycologist nearby?
Yeah, I know exactly where it is. Any aditional inf. can be provided.
Have it stored, close, while it persists curent state, can be examined closely.
I suppose you didn’t keep it? I have no idea what this tiny things could be. Never seen such in the whole of Europe!
Ahh, photo is bad, mybe usefull only for id. On 450 amsl. Grows out on approx 5 degrees C, since there was a couple of days colder and nothing popped out.
exact loc: http://boulter.com/gps/?c=46.330624%2014.254632
Doubt anyone could find smell on such small peace of mushroom. The a.p. was cut fresh, 0,5 year ago.
Hard to find as it is so small, only specimen.
Absolutely amazing mushroom and photo! Any details as to smell and stuff? Altitude, location?
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