|Sporocarps gregarious or clustered or occasionally solitary, stalked. Sporotheca bright rose to flesh-coloured or pale salmon, occasionally fading to yellowish, ovate or cylindric, 0.5-1.5(-3) mm tall. Stalk rather short, 0.2-0.4 mm long, reddish, filled with spore-like cells. Calyculus somewhat pleated, nearly smooth or faintly reticulate within. Capillitium a close network of delicate threads 2-3 Ám diam., sometimes with a few bulbous free ends, marked with transverse bands and spines arranged in a loose spiral, in part minutely spinulose to nearly smooth, attached to the calyculus. Spore-mass pinkish. Spores colourless, with a few scattered inconspicuous warts, 6-8 Ám diam. Plasmodium watery-white.|
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