Notes: These were small, with caps less than 2.0 cm across.
They were growing on woody debris.
The stipes were less than 19 mm thick with a small hollow and only moderately fragile.
The gills turned brown but the spore print was black.
Spores were 12.9-14.8 X 7.9-9.9 microns with a sizable germ pore.
Cheilocystidia was moderately abundant, mostly lageniform , fairly small and variable.
There was some typical looking Psathyrella(Parasola) conopilus growing on wood chips somewhat nearby, but these looked different…smaller, stipe not as large or as hollow and not growing in small clusters.
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