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Synonyms: Agaricus hydrophilus, Agaricus piluliformis, Agaricus spadiceus, Bolbitius hydrophilus, Drosophila appendiculata, Drosophila hydrophila, Drosophila piluliformis, Drosophila subpapillata, Hypholoma hydrophilum, Hypholoma piluliforme, Hypholoma subpapillatum, Psathyra hydrophila, Psathyrella appendiculata, Psathyrella hydrophila, Psathyrella subpapillata.
Common name: common stump brittlestem.
Russian names: Psatirella vodoliubivaya, Psatirella sharovidnaya, Lozhnoopionok vodyanistyy, Psatirella gidrofilnaya, Khruplyanka gidrofilnaya.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Psathyrella piluliformis is a species of agaric fungus in the family Psathyrellaceae. It produces fruit bodies (mushrooms) with broadly convex caps measuring 2–5 cm (0.8–2.0 inches) in diameter. The caps are chestnut to reddish brown, the color fading in age and with dry weather. The closely spaced Gills have an adnate attachment to the stipe. They are initially tan until the spores mature, when the gills turn dark brown. Fragments of the partial veil may remain on the cap margin, and as a wispy band of hairs on the stipe. Fruiting occurs in clusters at the base of hardwood stumps.
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