Strobilurus tenacellus (Pers.) Singer, Physalacriaceae, Agaricales (Стробилюрус черенковый)
Tiny yellowish-brown mushroom with elastic narrow long brownish stalk
Cap: 0.5-2 cm wide convex when young then wide convex with tiny gentle knob up to almost flat with slightly sunken centre and thin margin; smooth, sometimes radial lined; colour light yellowish-brown minor brown
Flesh is very thin and whitish or brownish-white; odour is weak and pleasant.
Gills: almost free or attached with pinching out, moderately broad minor narrow, rather close and almost distant with short and very short additional gills, whitish, somewhat light yellowish- or brownish-white.
Stalk: 3.5-6 cm long, 1.2-2.0mm thick, light yellowish-brown, some elastic and fibrous (fine velvety or hairy outer tube). Stalk base often looks as a tree root or long inner tube, sometimes twice longer than outer tube.
Edibility: no accurate data for this location; edible in other sites.
Habitat: scattered single or small groups on soil in pine-tree forest with some birches.
April – May


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