Notes: This is similar 10915
Cap: 0.5-2 cm slightly convex with narrow central depression when young then almost flat with slightly sunken center and thin margin, indistinct radial lined or grooved; smooth, semi-transparent along margin, color light yellow with weak concentric coloring, margin is lighter, the center is orange or orange-brown. Flesh is very thin and whitish.
Gills: descending stalk, narrow, rather close and almost distant, with short and very short additional gills, sometimes forked and with lots tiny additional transversal gills whitish, somewhat light cream or light yellow.
Stalk: 2.5-4 cm long, 1.5-3mm thick, some elastic and fibrous, reddish-brown or dark brown up to brownish-black.
Edibility: no accurate data for this location.
Habitat: common in wet weather; sometimes scattered rather densely in pine-tree forest.
June – August.
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