MycoKey : the species Galerina pumila

Generic short diagnoses: Mostly yellowish brown, mycenoid or more rarely collybioid, ± vividly brown-spored, saprobic agarics, often associated with bryophytes or dead wood. Lamellae more spaced than in the macroscopically similar Conocybe species. Spores more or less ornamented, often with plaque.

Galerina pumila - DK: honninggul hjelmhat, UK: Dwarf Bell

Galerina pumila , honninggul hjelmhat, Dwarf Bell, honningklokkehatt, honungshætting, Honinggeel mosklokje, Glockiger Hæubling
Illustration and © Jan Vesterholt
Denmark, JV93-1161

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