Omphalia campanella var. badipes (Pers.) Sacc. 1887
Shrink list ... Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Cap: 1-1,5 cm across, first hemispherical, later convex to planoconvex, smooth, dull, hygrophanous, ocher brown and faintly striate if wet, yellow ocher to cream beige if dry, margin is even and acute, hung with whitish velar remnants if young.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first creamy, later reddish ocher, broad, notched and narrow attached, edges are white ciliate.
Spore print: rust brown
Spore: elliptic to amygdaliform, weakly to moderately verrucose, 7,2-10,7 x 4,8-6,2 μm
Stem: 3,5-4,5 x 0,1-0,2 cm, cylindric, flexible, young solid, old hollow, on the apex white pruinose, with a fugacious creamy, fibrillose annulus below if young, eventually ocher and increasing dark ocher to chestnut brown toward the base, little whitish fibrillose over the entire length.
Flesh: whitish to ocher brown, thin, odor is faintly unpleasant, taste is mild.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in coniferous forests on the remains of conifer wood, also on burried wood, grows from summer to fall.