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There was a whole group of these, but I only kept one — they were almost all half-rotten. In leaves of Nothofagus pumilio forest; CAP 4 cm, viscid, glabrous; SPORES rusty brown (clearly visible on cortina remnants on stipe); STIPE fibrillose white, not viscid, short and bulbous; FLESH whitish and unchanging, no noticable odor.

(number 0225.33, page 166)

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how bulbous?
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2013-01-16 10:08:41 NZDT (+1300)

I’m thinking this is another C. crystallophorus.