This medium or large agaric, with cloud-grey, funnel-shaped cap and white, decurrent gills, grows typically in troops or rings on soil in broad leaf or coniferous woods.
initially convex with an incurved margin, later flattened or shallowly depressed. The color is greyish to light brownish-grey. A white mycelium powder makes the mushroom's hat look white powdered. Gills
white or buff, decurrent, broad, crowded. Stem
colored as cap, stout and tapering upwards. The mushroom has no ring. Flesh white, thick, brittle, stuffed, becoming hollow. Odour strong, sweet or fruity. Taste not distinctive.
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