|Record Summary||trooping, under birch|
|Date||26 October 2014|
|OS grid ref||OSGR: SZ29|
|Lat/Lon||50° 50' N, 1° 40' W|
|Vice County||South Hants, VC no: 11|
|Voucher||26 Oct 2014[E]|
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Notes: Spore print: white, greasy, darker to BFF "D" when crushed, non-amyloid.
Spores: subglobular, hyaline, almost filled by one to many aggregated oil-drops, 9-11/7-9µm.
Cheilocystidia: chains of hyaline, pyriform to spherical cells line the gill edge, the terminal cell is largest and up to 16µm diam. These presumably provide the shear/split layer to enable the cap to expand.
Universal veil: filamentous hyphae 2-5µ diam., occasionally septate, some septa clamped; plus sphaerocysts.
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