Collected at the RAMA foray. For some reason this was IDed as P. atromarginatus though the gill edges are white. The specimen with the fully expanded and lighter-colored cap is probably another species.
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I’m relaying on index fungorum about names validity (so does local mushroom society – Slovenia)
Since there is no ‘Species Fungorum synonymy’ link there, it is valid.
As far as I remember wrinkled cap (at some specimens) should be determining factor, as here:
The website in the comment below shows a European species. It does look similar to that of this observation.
At the same time, P. magnus has been deprecated; the new name is P. petasatus. See http://mushroomobserver.org/name/show_name/3395.
I have collected P. petasatus, and it clearly is not the same mushroom.
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