Notes: This is not Macrolepiota bohemica in the old sense which is now M. hortensis.
It is growing in deciduous forests and you can consider it a white form of M. rhacodes which now is called Chlorophyllum olivieri which is growing in conifer forests. Also called M. rhacodes var. bohemica. It is edible as well.
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