CS129_Crinipellis_scabella
CS129_Crinipellis_scabella underside
CS129_Crinipellis_scabella
CS129_Crinipellis_scabella
Gill side
Pileipellis
Spores in toluidine blue
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Crinipellis scabella (Alb. & Schwein.) Murrill, 1915
Description: Solitary to scattered small sized Masamius-like agaric, on small twigs and soil with buried twigs.
Pileus: Convex to flat, cream coloured with a dark brown centre, dry, striated towards the edge; 8-13mm diameter.
Stipe: Thin, straight, dark brown coloured with brown fibrils at the mid to lower part, tough; <1mm diameter, 24-30mm in height.
Gills: White, close, emarginate.

Microscopy:
Pileipellis: Interwoven filamentous hyphae.
Stipitipellis: Structural hyphae with internal brown pigment, with clamps; layer of irregular hyphae on top of the structural hyphae.
Gill trama: Irregular.
Cheilocystidia: Absent.
Pleurocystidia: Absent - ? clavate with blunt warts.
Spores: Limoniform, hyaline, rough;
7.9-9.8µm x 4.7-6.1µm; Q=1.37-1.74, Qm=1.56
CS129 Buskett on twigs (26/10/10)
Pileipellis
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= C. stipitarius (Fr.) Pat., 1889
Spores in Toluidine blue
(Cystidium ?)
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