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Scientific Name:Melanoleuca alboflavida; Family Tricholomataceae;

Order Agaricales

Habitat: In deciduous woods

Color:Cap white to buff, gills white, stalk white

Size: Cap is 5-10 cm in diameter, stalk is 3-15 cm long, 0.5-1 cm thick

Gills: Attached , narrow, crowded.

Spore Print: white

Edibility: Edible, but not recommended

Characteristics: The Cap is wide, bellshaped to flat. It is moist and smooth but not slimy. The stalk is long and thin, and fairly brittle. The lives from June to September, all areas east of the Great Plains. It is edible but looks very much like the poisonus Entolomas, which have salmon colored spores.

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