Notes: 809 49.384583°"N”, 75.390417°"E”, 1171m 24.07.2015
Pluteus pellitus (Pers.) P. Kumm. Pluteaceae, Agaricales. (Плютей белый).
Cap: 5-10cm, whitish or brownish-white, smooth, gentle cone up to broadly convex, some sticky in wet weather, sometimes with radial cracks when dry. Flesh is white; odor is pleasant.
Gills: free, moderately broad up to broad, close, white up to cream-white up to pinkish when very old.
Stalk: 6-12cm long, 1.0-2.0cm thick and enlarged toward base, brownish-white, uneven as somewhat tiny scabers, indistinct fibrous.
Habitat: rare kind, small groups or single scattered at the old partially rotten deciduous stumps or trunks (mainly rotten birch wood) in pine-tree forest with some birches and aspen.
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