Psathyrella badiophylla
Psathyrella badiophylla
Spores
Gill attachment
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Psathyrella bivelata Contu, 1991
Description: Small agaric, solitary, on wet soil, close to stream.
Pileus: Broadly convex to flat, light brown with a yellowish-brown centre, dry, smooth, diameter 24mm.
Stipe: Pale brown, pruinose, fragile, hollow, straight, 2.5mm diameter, 30mm height.
Gills: Adnexed, close, purplish-chestnut in colour.
Spore print: Dark purplish-chestnut.

Microscopy:
Spores: Dark brown, ellipsoid with small germ pore (1.5-1.8µm); L= 7.4-9.7µm, W = 4.9-6.1µm, Q=1.41-1.84, Qm=1.60
CS24 Wied il-Luq (16/12/09)
Gill attachment
Spores
CS24 Wied il-Luq (16/12/09)
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Identified by Andreas Melzer, personal communication
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