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 Add this item to the list  Cantharellus triangularis, n. sp.
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Description type:Original description 
Description:Cantharellus triangularis, n. sp.
Pileus ? inch in diameter, convex, with a broad very dark-brown umbo, the rest of the surface smoky-brown and slightly striate. Gills thick, moderately distant, dingy pallid, rarely forking, deeply. decurrent. Total height á inch, of stem only 3- inch, stem moderately slender, solid, later hollow, chocolate-brown, with a little white fluffy mycelium at the base. Flesh pale chocolate. Spores elongated pear-shaped, 8.5 to 13.8 x 5 µm, usually 8.5 to 10.5 x 5 µm.
On the ground, Neutral Bay, Sydney, December 1, 1917 (Miss Clarke, Watercolour No. 173; Herb., J. B. C., Formalin Specimen No. 295) .
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