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Description type:Original description 
Description:Pileus up to 8.2 cm wide, infundibuliform, Mustard brown (14D-10) in the center, golden wheat (11D-7) outwards, fibrillose, dense in the center, surface dry, hygrophanous; margin irregular, non-striate, decurved,. Context 2-3 mm thick, creamish, confluent, unchanging on exposure to air, surface smooth but not glabrous. Lamellae abundantly decurrent to sub decurrent, anastomosing, separable easily from the flesh. Stipe 6-8 — ± 0.7-1.0 cm thick, Sunset (10C- 4), terete with slightly swollen at base, surface smooth to hairy. Basidiospores: [45/2/2] (7.8-) 8.5-12 (-12.5) — 5-6.2 (-6.6) µm, L=9.7 µm, W=5.9 µm, Q=1.64, ellipsoid to cylindrical, nonamyloid, noncyanophilic, wall hyaline, contents mono to multiguttulate with greenish referective oil droplets; spores deposit white. Basidia ± 60-90 — 9-11.5 µm, clavate, sterigmata 3.5-6.5 — 1.2-2 µm diam., cornuted 2-6 per basidium, developing basidia with evenly granulose, light yellow contents, basal septa with clamps. Basidioles numerous with opaque light yellow contents in 3% KOH. Hymenophoral trama irregular to interwoven, branched, hyaline to faint yellowish, constricted slightly at septa, septa frequently clamped. Pileipellis consisting of filamentous and interwovenly arranged hyphae, hyaline, branched, thin to thick walled, frequently clamped, non-amyloid hyphae, 3-12 µm wide, contents granulose. Pleurocystidia and Cheilocystidia absent. Stipe-cuticle made up of hyaline to yellowish, branched, frequently clamped hyphae, 1.5-5 µm wide. Spore deposit white. 
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