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Remarks (internal):Entoloma pseudodysthales is very distinctive with its fetid smell, large, broad spores and fertile lamella edge. E. dysthales has narrower spores, a sterile lamella edge with large cheilocystidia and is odorless.
 
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Description:Entoloma pseudodysthales Noordeloos, Tabarés & Rocabruna (fig. 159)
Entoloma pseudodysthales Noordeloos, Tabarés & Rocabruna in Persoonia 15(1): 33. 1992.
Pileus 3-10 mm broad, 5-20 mm high, conical, not expanding, not hygrophanous, not translucently striate, dark brown, entirely hirsute to squamulose, margin when young fringed with fine fibrils. Lamellae distant, adnate, 1-2 mm wide, dark brown. Stipe 10-30 x 1-3 mm, slightly broadened towards base, dark brown concolorous with pileus, entirely covered with fine white fibrils. Smell strong, like a mixture of garlic and ratten cabbage (reminiscent the smell of Collybia impudica).
Spores 14-21 x (10-) 12-16 µm, Q = 1.2-1.4, many-angled, nodulose in side-view. Basidia 4­spared, clampless. Lamella edge fertile. Cystidia absent. Pileipellis a transition between a cutis and a trichoderm, made up af serrate hyphae, gradually tapering towards end, 8-20 µm wide. Pigment coarsely encrusting the hyphae of pileipellis and pileitrama. Stipitispellis a cutis with transitions to a trichoderm, made up af long, serrate, attenuated, 7-16 µm wide, brown-encrusted hairs. Clamps absent fromall tissues.
Habitat: In mediterranean forest of Pinus halepensis, Pistacia lentiscus and Juniperus phoenica on sandy soil of coastal dunes.
Distribution: Spain.

 
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