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I know this tiny species very well.
But didn’t you say at the beginning, this could be Rimbachia? And now you say contradictory?
The location is a swamp, a marsh land, bog (French: marais) and yes I think it grew on sedges but not sure. There were many other bog species there like Cortinarius bibulus, Cortinarius helvelloides, Marasmius limosus, Laccaria purpureobadia and the like.
But as I said I am not able to check this again unless I would ask the finder. He assured twice this is Cellypha so I trusted him. Next time I will save voucher for myself too, haha …
it is not my ID and I have no voucher material to re-examine. It has been determined during a meeting in France and I took it as that. What do you make believe it to be Rimbachia?
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