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Description type:Latin diagnosis 
Description:Pileus submembranaceus, subconical, then convex or expanded, obtuse, striate, furfuraceous or squamulose, lurid-brown, becoming paler with age; lamellae broad, subdistant, ventricose, brown or grayish brown, then flesh-colored; stem equal, hollow, slender, tomentose-squamulose, brownish; spores irregularly oblong­elliptical, 0006'-00065' long, about half as broad, usually containing a single large nucleus. Plant about 2' high, pileus 3"-6" broad, stem about l " thick. Damp ground in woods. Catskill Mountains.
Holotypus: Peck, July 1878, Catskill Mts, N. Y., Stati Uniti (NYS).
 
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