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Inocybe woglindeana, coll. Vauras 13558F; photograph J. Vauras.

Inocybe woglindeana, coll. Vauras 13558F; photograph J. Vauras.

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We describe a smooth-spored species of Inocybe, the basidiomes of which have been encountered growing with Salix in exposed habitats, often with calcareous sandy soils in Germany and Fennoscandia. The species is presented with a detailed description, photographs and microdrawings. Its relationship to similar taxa growing in the same environments is...

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