This species found over a very broad area, but is uncommon across the whole range. It does occur with multiple species of Nothofagaceae host trees, though, and is not thought to be under significant threat. It is assessed as Least Concern.
This species was originally described as Pholiota psathyrelloides Singer (Singer 1969). The species was recently transferred to the genus Psathyloma as Psathyloma psathyrelloides (Singer) Kuhar & Nouhra, in Kuhar et al. (N.Z. Journal of Botany 57(4): 266 (2019)).
This species is found over a very broad area in Patagonia, where Nothofagus species occur.
It is thought to be uncommon.
Population Trend: Stable
It occurs with multiple species of Nothofagaceae host trees.
It is not thought to be under significant threat.
No specific actions are thought to be required.
Kuhar, F., Truong, C., Smith, M. E., Matheny, P. B., & Nouhra, E. (2019). Molecular and morphological evidence place Pholiota psathyrelloides from Patagonia within the ectomycorrhizal genus Psathyloma (Agaricales). New Zealand Journal of Botany, 57(4), 261-270.
Singer R. 1969. Mycoflora australis. Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia. 29:1–405.