Notes: These were growing on the ground/humus singly or in small clumps.
Caps up to 4.3 cm across.
Ringless stem was hollow and with some white fuzz at base.
Spore print was blackish and elliptical, ~ 8.0-8.5 X 5.1-6.1 microns with a germ pore.
Cheilocystidia was utriform and in the range of 35 X 14 microns.
Doesn’t seem to match any of the usual suspects?
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…not getting anywhere with these either. My guess assuming there is no pleurocystidia is Psathyrella subgenus candolleana section candolleana.
They did not seem to turn Hyaline in KOH.
I tried the A. Smith tome also but didn’t get anywhere. but it is difficult to navigate those keys.
I was trying to key it out in Psathyrella Species of North America, I think maybe subgenus candolleana section candolleana. Though I need more info. What are the spores mounted in? Do they turn hyaline in KOH (Within 30 minutes or so?).
Also, the text says to look at P. proxima, but I can’t find that species anywhere excluding this which wants $30 to view it.
Edit: On P. proxima which has different sized spores. http://www.cybertruffle.org.uk/...
Was it present?
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