Observation 206547: Psathyrella (Fr.) Quél.

Psathyrella (Fr.) Quél., Bolbitiaceae, Agaricales .
Small light brown mushroom with white gills and narrow long white stalk
Cap: 2-4 cm wide, cone or bell-shaped up to convex minor broad convex; smooth; color light brown. Flesh is thin and white.
Gills: almost free or attached with pinching out end, moderately broad, rather close and distant, with short and very short additional gills; white or whitish.
Stalk: 6-10 cm long, 4-8mm thick, slightly enlarged toward base, hollow, fine fibrous or somewhat silky; white or whitish.
Edibility: no accurate data for this location; possibly edible, because the odor is weak and pleasant.
Habitat: rare kind; scattered small group on soil nearby rotten wood in pine-tree forest with some aspen and birches.


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