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Cystoderma amianthinum

Caps are 1.5-4.5 cm, dry, powdery to granular, yellowish to orange-yellow, convex, sometimes with radial wrinkles. Gills are attached, close, coloured as cap but paler.  Stalks are up to 6 cm tall by 6 mm broad, powdery to granular, coloured as cap, darker above the ring. Rings are  thin, fragile, persistent or sometimes attaching to the edge of the cap. Spore prints are  white. Widespread and the most common of the Cystoderma species, it fruits on the ground in woods.