Notes: Found in park grass between tennis courts and redwood trees. Gregarious (5-6 in group) but not in a ring.
Cap: 10 cm dia. buff wite around edge darkening to browinish at center. Plane, silky. no significant ornimentation.
Gills: obviously free. close, white in button stage to pink in immature, transitioning to chocolate brown.
Stipe: Separates easily and distinctly from cap. 1.5 cm by 7 cm. Semibulbous, stains yellow rapidly at base. Strong odor of phenol. Partial veil obvious and pendant. In cross section, the stem displays a small void in the upper stem. See photo attached and the one in Page 276 of Dr. Miller’s book noted in resources.
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