Clitocybe gilva (Fr.) Kumm. Tricholomatace Agaricales (Говорушка буро-желтая или водно-пятнистая_688).

Cap: 3-6cm convex up to flat or sunken with age, margin curved in, color light brown-yellow, light-orange with 1-8mm rounded light red-brown some overlapped spots or scales and whitish margin, sometimes with weak concentric picture and central spot. Flesh is white or somewhat dull cream, odor is pleasant.
Gills: descending stalk, narrow, rather close, some branching, whitish, somewhat light cream.
Stalk: 5-8cm long, 0.8-2cm thick and often enlarged from the center up and down; upper part whitish or cream up to dull reddish-brown down toward.
Edibility: no accurate data for this location, not poisons, people gather it in some locations of Russia.
Habitat: rare kind scattered as rare small clusters in pine-tree forest.
July – August.
710_1 28.07.2014 49.446472°"N”, 75.456861°"E”, 864m


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28.07.2014 49.446472°"N”, 75.456861°"E”, 864m

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