Paxillus atrotomentosus, also known as Tapinella atrotomentosa or Velvet Rollrim is a large or massive agaric that has a brown cap, buff gills and a dark brown, velvety, sometimes eccentric stem. The mushroom grows single or in groups or clumps on decaying conifer logs, stumps, roots, or partially buried wood.
sepia- or walnut brown in colour with a inrolled cap margin and depressed centre. The cap is covered with dark brown or black velvety fur. Gills
cream-yellow and forked, becoming ochre and spotted rust with age.
are sienna-brown. Stem
thick, dark brown and juts out sidewards from the mushroom. The mushroom has no ring.
Tapinella atrotomentosa is the newer name.
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