Collection location: southern Tierra del Fuego, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina [Click for map]
Scattered in leaves; CAP 3-5 cm, hygrophanous; STIPE shiny-smooth, enlarged at base with white fuzz, 4 mm wide at top to 8 mm wide at base, brown and hollow inside; SPORES dark brown (visible on leaves); VEIL no sign visible; ODOR none.
(number 0302.6, page 187)
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Good catch! Sorry, uploaded an incorrect photo there. I’ll remove it. There was a third photo of the Psath, but we’ll live without it, I’m sure…
The first two photos are Psathyrella, but the third one is definitely not the same species, and may not even be Psathyrella. It sort of looks like Inocybe.
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