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The following material is derived from the description of Corner & Bas (1962).
Corner & Bas (1962): 65 mm wide, grayish brown, planar, subviscid; context white; margin sulcate-striate; universal veil absent.
Corner & Bas (1962): free crowded, white or pale brownish "near base."
Corner & Bas (1962): 90 × 8 mm, pale brownish drab to whitish, stout, cylindric; context hollow,; exannulate; universal veil as saccate sheathing volva, 35 × 12 mm, firm, floccose-felted, buff-white, split on one side, inserted in substrate.
lamella edge tissue
Corner & Bas (1962): [-/-/-] 11 - 13 × 9.5 × 11 um, (est. Q = 1.10 - 1.23; est Q =1.17), broadly ellipsoid; apiculus not described; contents multiguttulate; color in deposit not recorded.
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