AppearanceThe cap of ''C. minor'' ranges from 0.5 to 3.0 cm wide and is convex and umbonate, often shallowly depressed, becoming funnel-shaped in some. The yellowish gills are decurrent, and fade to yellowish white in maturity. The stipe is less than 4 cm tall. They fruit in the summer and fall. Although insubstantial, they are edible.
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