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 Add this item to the list   Armillaria muscicola, n. sp.
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Description:Armillaria muscicola, n. sp.
Pileus up to 1 in. (2.5 cm.) in diameter, broadly conico-convex to convex, umbonate, frosted with granules or fine warts and slightly rugose, Yellow Ochre to Ochraceous Tawny (pl. xv.). Gills adnate to adnexed or sinuately adnexed, moderately close, creamy-white to pure white. Stem up to 1½ in. (3.7 cm.) high, covered with yellowish-buff granules up to a little below the gills, forming here a more or less definite ring, browner than Tawny to Buckthorn Brown (pl. xv.). Spores elliptical, oblique, not thick-walled, 5.5 to 6.5 x 3.2 to 3.5 µm.
Amongst moss on shady banks, etc. S.A. - Greenhill Road, July, 1921 (Miss Buxton, Watercolour No. 10, Formalin Sp. No. 324); Mount Lofty, June, 1921; National Park, July, 1923.
An albino plant was found near a normal one on the Greenhill Road in August, 1922. The pileus was white with a faint tinge only of buff, the stem white, smooth, and slightly striate above the superior ring, mealy-white below, and the spores 6.5 x 4 µm.
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