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Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Entoloma minutum (P. Karst.) Noordel. in Persoonia 10: 248. 1979. - Fig. 102.
Nolanea minuta P. Karst. in Meddn Soc. Fauna Fl. fens. 5: 10. 1879 (Symb. Mycol. fens. 6); Rhodophyllus minutus (P. Karst.) J.Lange in Dansk bot. Ark. 2(11): 37. 1921.
Sel. icon. - Arnolds & Noordel. in Fung. rar. lc. col. 12: pl. 93i, b. 1981; J. Lange, Fl. agar. dan. 2: pl. 79H. 1937.
Sel. descr. & figs. - Joss. in Bull. trimest. Soc. mycol. Fr. 53: 213-215. 1937; Nath.-W in Friesia 8: 13. 1966; Noordel. in Persoonia 10: 468-470, fig. 16. 1980.
Pileus 5-25 mm, conical then expanding to convex finally applanate, often with small papilla. with straight margin. hygrophanous, when moist pale pinkish brown or yellow-brown with contrastingly darker almost black central spot, translucently striate up to centre, pallescent on drying to almost white, at centre remaining darker, glabrous or innately radially fibrillose with some loose fibrils. Lamellae, L = 10-25, l= 1-3, moderately distant, ventricose, up to 5 mm broad, white to pale grey then pink with concolorous, entire edge. Stipe 25-65 x 1-1.5(-2) mm, cylindrical sometimes with slightly broadened base, hyaline yellowish or grey-brown. sometimes with some innate silvery fibrils to substriate, sometimes minutely pruinose at apex. Context thin; with same colour as surface. Smell weak. Taste none or slightly bitter to subfarinaceous.
Spores 8.0-10.5(-11.5) x 6.5-8.0(-9.0) µm, Q = 1.1-1.4 (-1.5),Q = 1.25-1.3, rather regularly 5-7-angled in side-view. Basidia 25-40 x 9-12.5 µm, 4-spored, clamped. Lamella edge fertile. Cystidia absent. Pileipellis a rather simple cutis of 2.5-13(-15) µm wide, cylindrical hyphae, gradually passing into pileitrama. Pigment minutely incrusting the hyphae of pileipellis and upper pileitrama, rarely in addition pale, intracellular. Clamp-connections present in hymenium.
Habitat & Distr. - Solitary or in small groups on humus in damp forests of Alnus, Betula, and Salix, rarely also in moist grassland. Fairly common and widespread in Europe. Aug.-Nov.
 
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