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Marasmiellus volvatus

Marasmiellus volvatus


Marasmiellus volvatus is a small but striking, rarely known species. It is characterized by its white basidiomata, sulcate pileus, lacking intervenous lamellae and stipe with a volva at the base.


Found in Montane Rainforest on the forest floor growing on a little twig. At 1300 MAMSL

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Jessie Aguilar
Jessie Aguilar 3 weeks ago

Thank you Michael!

MichaelS 3 weeks ago

Fascinating spotting! Thank you for sharing, Jessie Aguilar!

Jessie Aguilar
Spotted by
Jessie Aguilar

Provincia de Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Spotted on Jan 1, 2021
Submitted on Jan 4, 2021

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