Tricholoma stiparophyllum
Cap 5-10 cm diameter, stem 6-9 cm tall * 0.8-1 cm diameter
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Tricholoma stiparophyllum is a large fleshy agaric that is whitish throughout. It grows scattered or in small trooping groups on soil in broad-leaf and coniferous woods.

Cap at first convex and becomes flattened, usually dry and smooth, white or with a pale yellow tinge, ochre-yellow towards the centre when mature. The cap flesh is white and unchanging. Gills white, emarginate, fairly broad and crowded. Stem white, smooth, fibrous and cylindrical or tapering slightly upwards. The stem has no ring. Spore print white.

Microscopic Features: Spores are roughly elliptical, smooth, measuring 5-7 by 3.5-4.5 μm, and feature a distinct hilar appendage; they do not react with iodine (inamyloid).

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