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Yes, they grow with willow. This is from one of two localities where they fruit for decades now. It is a rare species which can be easily distinguished from the others by having a ring-like woolly zone around the stipe (pseudo-annulus).
And Tricholoma scalpturatum for me is the dark capped mealy and in age or handling yellowing species. T. argyraceum is quite the same but with a whitish-silvery cap and a mere variety. But there are a lot of others which I am not sure about even to this day.
Same goes with Tricholoma terreum, T. myomyces and T. inocybeoides. Right at the moment I believe it is all just T. terreum which BTW is a quite choice edible late in the year. I have photos of inocybeoides and myomyces but to be honest there are no real differences I think.
to ID these grayish, fibrous/scaly Tricholomas..
To me this looks more like scalpturatum, but I’m aware that it’s a large complex and unclear which species is the “true” scalpturatum.
Can you describe the habitat here? T. cingulatum should grow with Salix.
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