Name: Marasmius graminis
Citation: North American Flora 9 (4) (1915) page 259
Preferred Synonyms:Marasmiellus tricolor var. graminis (Murrill) Singer
Deprecated Synonyms: Marasmius tricolor var. graminis (Murrill) Singer
From original description:
Pileus convex to subexpanded, umbilicate, gregarious to subcespitose, 6-8 mm. broad; surface densely pulverulent, pale-avellaneous, fading to pallid or whitish, the disk darker, margin broadly sulcate: lamellae adnate, with an indistinct collar, distant, forking, rather narrow, white: stipe densely pruinose-floccose throughout, blackish beneath but whitish or gray because of the pruinose coating, cylindric, firm, 1 cm. long, 0.5 mm. thick.
Type collected on dead Bermuda grass on lawns at Santiago de las Vegas, Cuba, June 1, 1905, F. S. Earle 375 (herb. N.Y. Bot. Gard.).
Distribution: Known only from the type locality.