Observation 191796: Entoloma Fr. ex P. Kumm.
When: 2014-12-05
Who: gkrstevs
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This organism was found in an oak woodland habitat. The centrally located pileus was broadly convex and tan in color. Its surface was moist, smooth, and shiny It also had a transparency to it.. It had a diameter of 3.2 cm. The pileus margin was rimos and had a pane shape. When split open the tan flesh was moist and also looked transparent. The wavy gills were free from the pileus. They were white in color, were regular, and level 4 tiers. The length of the gills were 1.9 cm. The 4.3 × .8 cm stipe was white in color and faded to brown towards the bottom. It was moist and the shape of the stipe was fibrillose and equal. When cut down the middle, the stipe was hollow. Spore is ornamented and globose.

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