Found in very dry soil and has a solitary habit.
Pileus: It has a planar to an uplifted cap and breaks at the edges. This collection ranges from 9 cm – 13 cm. The cap has a nude flesh color and the surface is smooth with what I assume to be the pieces of the universal veil.
Flesh: The flesh is white and spongy. After several minutes of being cut open, it exudes small watery droplets from the flesh. Smallest one of the collection flesh was about 6 cm thick.
Hymenophore: Gill attachment is free. The gills are white with serrated edges. The length is about 4 cm – 5.3 cm. Spacing is about 1 mm apart with no lamellulae present.
Stipe: Stipe shape is white, equal, smooth, and hollow on the inside. The stem surface is very sticky and leaves a white residue. Length and width can range from 8 cm x 1.2 cm to 15 cm x 2 cm. The stem flesh is white.
Veil: A single-edged annulus is present and the volva is concentric ringed.
Spore print is white.
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