Notes:
On leaves and twig of aspen. Growing horizontally in the dark underneath a log, which probably explains non-typical whitish color. (Though there is var. albida Gillet mentioned in Maas G. monograph.)

The substrate is not typical; the species seems to have been known to grow from conifer debris only.

Species Lists

Images

Amyloid.
Hyphae of the gelatinous stipitipellis at 10×.
Same at 40×.
Hyphae of the gelatinous, separable pellicle, 40×.
Gill edge (the right side of the picture) totally gelatinized, with embedded cheilocystidia.
Cheilocystidia.
Cheilocystidia.

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