Observation 215644: Leucoagaricus tener (P.D. Orton) Bon
When: 2015-09-02
(52.094° 4.34° )

Notes: Pileus: 3-8 cm, umbonate with brownish grey center which has slight pinkish red tones. Finely appressed fibrous towards the edge.
Lamellae: white, free from the stipe, narrow, very crowded, smooth gill edge.
Stipe: 7-12 cm, white, with upflaring collar, thinner at the apex and slightly thicker at the base.
Trama: white, no discolouration.
Odour and taste: no distinct smell, no taste recorded.
Habitat: under Beech (Fagus), in undeteriorated litter of Beech on humus rich sandy soil.

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Recognized by sight: Distinguished from the other species of Leucoagaricus found in he Netherlands, by its pale cap with darker center and appressed fibrils, the thin trama and the slender/fragile habitus.

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