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By Roger Phillips

Published 2006

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Usually small, often tiny, with tall, thin stems and caps that, unlike those of Mycena are generally not conical; some resemble tiny umbrellas or parachutes, and the latter has been taken up as the common name for the genus. They are tough and leathery; if dried out, they will revive on wetting.

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