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Remarks (internal):Entoloma sinuatum comes close to E. eulividum from which it differs in colour and smell. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Entoloma sinuatum (Bull. ex. Pers.: Fr.) Kumm., Führ. Pilzk.: 98. 1871. - Fig. 53.
Agaricus sinuatus Bull., Herb. France, pl. 579. fig. 1. 1793; Agaricus sinuatus Bull. ex Pers., Syn. meth. Fung.: 329. 1801; Agaricus sinuatus Bull. ex Pers.: Fr., Syst. mycol. 1: 197. 1821; Rhodophyllus sinuatus (Bull. ex Pers.: Fr.) Quél, Fl. mycol. France: 179. 1888.
Excl. - Entoloma sinuatum sensu auct. eur. p.p. (= E. eulividum).
Sel. icon. - Cooke, Ill. Brit. Fungi. pl. 316 (310). 1884.
Sel. descr. & figs. - Noordel. in Persoonia 11: 160-162, fig. 2. 1981; Romagn. in Bull. trimest. Soc. mycol. Fr. 94: 105-107. fig. 3. 1978.
Pileus up to 100 mm, irregularly conico-convex, then expanding with blunt umbo, with slightly involute margin. not hygrophanous, not striate, pallid ochraceous with pale grey spots, somewhat viscid when moist, minutely fibrillose or tomentose at margin when dry. Lamellae rather crowded, somewhat thickish, adnexed to adnate. segmentiform up to 15 mm broad, white, then flesh-colour with slight brown tinge, with entire to irregular subdentate, concolorous edge. Stipe up to 115 x 15 mm, cylindrical slightly tapering downwards, white in upper half, more brownish towards base, brownish creamy fibrillose-striate length- wise with scattered, short, erect fibrils all over. solid. Context creamy white not really firm but fibrous in inner part. Smell somewhat alcaline- farinaceous. Taste not known.
Spores (8.0-) 8.5-10.5 x 7.5-8.0 (-10.0) µr», Q = l.05-1.3, Qav = 1.2, subisodiametrial to broadly ellipsoid, 5-6-angled in side-view. Basidia 28-43 x 8-15 µm, 4-spored. Lamella edge fertile. Cystidia none. Pilei- pellis a thin ixocutis of 2.5-5.0 µm wide, cylindrical hyphae. Pigment pale brownish, intracellular in upper pileitrama. Clamp-connections numerous.
Habitat habitat distr. - Solitary or in small groups in frondose forest on clayey soil. Very rare (Hemmen). Very rare in western Europe (France), but probably confused with E. eulividum. Summer and early autumn.
 
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