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 Add this item to the list  Nolanea apiculata Petch, n. sp.
   
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Description:Nolanea apiculata Petch, n. sp.
Pileus up to 2 cm. diameter, broadly campanulate or almost plane, with an acute umbo sometimes produced into a cylindrical tip about 1 mm. high, sometimes depressed round the umbo, blackish brown, paler at the margin, radially silky, striate when moist, thin, almost membranous. Stalk up to 4 cm. high, 2 mm. diameter, pale brown, slightly attenuated upwards, glabrous, or with a few longitudinal fibrils, strigose at the base, cartilaginous. Gills brown then pink, moderately crowded, ventricose, rounded or attenuated behind, free but close to the stem. Spores pink, nodular, angularly oval with a long conical apiculus, 8-12 x 5-7 µm.
On the ground, Peradeniya, October 18th, 1914; specimens and painting, No. 4189 in Herb. Peradeniya.
 
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