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ok, gave it your naming.
but re-appears in warmth. The stem can get hollow when old but can be firm in young ages. Unless it is no Cortinarius I can’t think of any other fungus than Tricholoma.
no smell, unless you have to smell it from very close, besides it was wery cold (like <= 0oC) and perhaps then there is no smell ?
On the other hand I did smell some other very smelly, totaly desintegrated mushroom (couldn’t even spot it’s location) from 0,5 m from the ground in same conditions.
And I found an image on net showing that sulphureum shoul have hollow stem, as I remember this one did not have that.
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