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Description:Pileus 3-5 mm diam, obtusely conical, convex or convex with a low and broad umbo, conspicuously velutinous all over, dark brown (6F5-8), dull, dry, veil remnants absent. - Lamellae (16-) 20-28 reaching stipe, 1-3 lamellulae, adnexed, rather distant, up to 1.5 mm wide, pale brown (7D4), fimbriate edges concolorous or whitish. - Stipe 8-12 — 0.5-1 mm, central, cylindrical, equal, pale brown (7D5-6) overall, subpruinose at apex, minutely fibrillose towards base, dry, solid, solitary. Cortina absent. - Context < 0.5 mm thick, unchanging on exposure, soft (not Inocybe-like). - Odor not distinctive. - Taste not distinctive.
Spore print brown. - Basidiospores 7.5-9 — 5-5.5 µm, distinctly amygdaliform, brown, smooth, occasionally with obscure germ pore. - Basidia 24-30 — 7-9 µm, 4-spored (occasionally 2-spored), clavate, clamped. - Cheilocystidia 45-55 (-60) — 12-20 µm, subfusoid or lageniform, hyaline wall thin (< 0.5 µm thick), crystals absent or scattered. - Paracystidia 20-35 — 15-22 µm, broadly clavate or subglobose, conspicuous, hyaline wall thin. - Pleurocystidia size and shape like cheilocystidia. - Caulocystidia 35-65 — 6-12 µm, polymorphical, shape ranging from cylindrical to subfusoid, wall thin, occasionally encrusted with brown pigment. - Pileipellis a distinctive trichoderm of suberect chains of short-globose or ovoid cells, 20-34 µm wide; terminal cells 20-50 — 6-10 µm, slender fusoid or conical, non-gelatinized wall strongly incrusted with dark brown pigment. Subpellis hyphae globose or ovoid, wall occasionally up to 1 µm thick; oleiferous hyphae absent. - Clamp connections present.
 
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