Psathyrella candolleana (Fr.) Maire, Corpinaceae, Agaricales. (Common Psathyrella, Псатирелла Кондолля)
Cap: 2-6cm bell-shaped or convex up to broadly convex sometimes with gentle knob; whitish up to brownish-white or purplish-white; sometimes radial lined near margin. Young cap sometimes slightly fringed along margin or has rare tiny white flakes.
Gills: attached with notching, very close, moderately broad when old; color from whitish or pinkish-white, brownish-pink up to dark brownish-purple or purplish-black when old.
Spore print: dark purplish-brown.
Stalk: 5-12cm long, white up to purplish-white, fragile; 3-7mm thick, slightly enlarging down, hollow with edging; somewhat silky.
Edibility: good after boiling and becoming gray.
Habitat: crowded clusters minor small group nearby a base of deciduous trees along buildings.
Season: June – August.
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Created: 2015-06-17 17:53:45 AST (+0300)
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