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Collybia dryophila, also known as Gymnopus dryophilus, is a smallish agaric that has a pale tan cap, whitish gills, and a flushed tan stem. The mushroom occurs in troops or more or less tufted on soil and scattered leaves in a variety of forest types.
convex, and russet to ochre. Gills
only thinly attached to the stem, whitish and crowded. Spores
are white. Stem
more or less similarly coloured as the cap, more or less equal but slightly bulbous at the base. The mushroom has no ring.
the mushroom is now known under the name Gymnopus dryophilus.
(Collybia dryophila) on the www.first-nature.com web site.
(Collybia dryophila) on the MushroomExpert.Com web site.
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