Collection location: Forest near Elgin St., Pembroke, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
Fibrous-looking grey cap, long white stipe with yellowish area (ring zone?), and white notched gills.
The latter and fibrous cap point toward Tricholoma.
There were a few of these scattered about a small area, in moss under Eastern white pine. The photographs are of two specimens — first photo is of a mature mushroom and the subsequent three are of a younger one less than half as wide.
Fifth photo taken in the same area Nov. 6.
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This looks like something close to Tricholoma portentosum, where there is a complex of species with more or less viscid cap with dark stripes and a mild, farinaceous taste, including T. luridum, a newly described T. guldenii, and probably many more…