Name: Xeromphalina kauffmanii
Author: A.H. Sm.
Citation: Pap. Mich. Acad. Sci. 38: 81 (1953)
Cap: .5-2.5 cm; convex to broadly convex or flat overall, but with a deep central depression; bald; lined or pleated on the margin; brownish yellow, rusty, or yellowish, paler towards the margin; fading.
Gills: Running down the stem; more or less distant; with many cross-veins; pale yellow.
Stem: 1-4 cm long; 1-2 mm thick; more or less equal; rusty yellow above, darker brown below; smooth or finely hairy; rather wiry.
Odor and Taste: Taste mild; odor not distinctive.
Spore Print: White.
Microscopic Features: Spores 4-6 × 2.5-3 µ; elliptical; smooth; faintly amyloid. Pleuro- and cheilocystidia fusiform to narrowly clavate; up to 27 × 8 µ. Caulocystidia clavate to fusiform; thin-walled. Clamp connections present.
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