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Inocybe rimosa = Inocybe fastigiata
Inocybe rimosa = Inocybe fastigiata
Inocybe rimosa = Inocybe fastigiata
Cheilocystidia
Gill trama
Cheilocystidia
Spores
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Inocybe rimosa (Bull.) P. Kumm., 1871
CS106 Buskett (13/10/10)
Description: Scattered, medium sized agarics, terrestrial under Pinus halapensis.

Pileus: Convex to flat, with upturned margin as the carpophore ages; splitting, dry, fibrillose, silky, coloured pale yellowish brown darker near centre; 25-50mm diameter.
Stipe: Fleshy, white, straight, pruinose, sometimes rectangular; 30-70mm x 6-12mm.
Gills: Close to crowded, initially white changing to brown, emarginated.

Microscopy:
Pileipellis: Filamentous with short protruding hyphae.
Stipe: Elongated hyphae (caulocystidia) with several irregular hyphae on stipe. Clamp connections present.
Gill trama: Regular to subregular, with inflated hyphae in the centre.
Basidia: 4 spored (mainly).
Cheilocystidia: Abundant as elongated to clavate without crystal deposits, in bundles.
Pleurocystidia: Absent.
Spores: Brownish, elongated ellipsoid, smooth, without germ pore, many spores with 2 markings on spore; 11.8-15.3µm x 6.0-7.4µm, Q=1.74-2.22, Qm=1.97
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