Notes: 22.07.2014 _694 49.458972°"N”, 75.4685278°"E”, 900m.
Entoloma sinuatum (Bull. ex Fr.) Kumm. Entolomataceae, Agaricales. (Lead Poisoner).
Light reddish-brown fragile mushroom with cream gills.
Cap: 4-10cm, convex, then broadly convex up to flat with wavy margin, sometimes with cracks, smooth; color changed from light reddish- or pinkish-brown, yellowish-brown to grayish-brown or brownish-gray when old or wet, margin is lighter.
Gills attached, thin and close to high density with additional shorter gills, moderately broad, dull cream up to reddish-brown or grayish-brown when old. Odor is unpleasant.
Stalk: 6-12cm long, 1-2cm thick with indistinct tiny scales or somewhat velvety; white or cream-white up to reddish-brown; hollow, and fibrous when old.
Habitat: common kind, small group or crowded cluster scattered in pine-tree forest.
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