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Most likely a Lepiota, because of the white gills (which i assume are free), the bands of material on the stipe.
The pale pink cap that is not scaly (plus the stipe) point to Lepiota subincarnata and allies – the group of species with ellipsoid spores, a trichodermal pileus covering (upright long cells), that lack basal short clavate cells, and amanitins (as in Amanita virosa, bisporigera, phalloides and others).
Created: 2010-11-08 15:11:18 CET (+0100)
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