Collection location: Prishakhtinsk forest, Karaganda town vicinity, Kazakhstan [Click for map]
49.8926° 73.03323° 580m
Tricholoma inamoenum Tricholomataceae, Agaricales. (Рядовка вонючая).
Whitish fragile mushroom with unpleasant odor.
Cap: 3-5cm, smooth whitish or light gray, brownish-white, often irregular minor radial colored, gently convex or broadly conical up to almost flat, sometimes with a small indistinct gentle knob. Odor is rather strong and somewhat carbolic acid.
Flesh is white up to yellowish-white with lemon-yellow cap margin when died.
Gills: close, almost free (attached with a pinching out end), narrow or middle wide, white up to yellowish-white when died.
Stalk: 4-6cm long, 0.8-1.6cm thick, some fibrous and hollow, white up to brownish-white when old.
Habitat: small groups (minor abundant) scattered in pine-tree forest with some elm (Ulmus densa) and maple (Acer negúndo). It grows nearby Tricholoma terreum and near small variety of Cortinarius multiformis.
Comments: This kind differs from light gray Tricholoma terreum with their white or yellowish colored flesh and strong odor. Tricholoma terreum has light brown gills and stalk coloring when old.
Edibility: probably poisonous because carbolic acid odor.
June – September.
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