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Description:Basidiomata (Fig. 2A&4) small to medium sized. Pileus 24–50 mm in diam., hemispherical, sometimes with a low umbo, margin incurved when young, expanding to applanate or concave, slightly depressed or even shallow infundibuliform with age, margin straight and undulate, sometimes dehiscent, often glabrous; color cream white to pale olive-buff (XL21’’f), and center somtimes with pale yellow-green (VI31f) tints when young, buff-pink (XXVIII11’’d) to light congo-pink (XXVIII7’’d) at center and gradual paler towards the margin, pale vinaceous-pink (XXVIII9’’f) to pale congo-pink (XXVIII7’’f) or pale brownish-vinaceous at margin; sometimes, the colors are easily washed out by rain, with the end result of a whitish pileus with pale green tinges at center, for which the pinkish color is more soluble than green tinges; slightly viscid when moist, vinaceous-tawny (XXVIII11’’) to onion-skin pink (XXVIII11’’b) when dried; pellis somtimes with small part exfoliating. Lamellae adnate to subadnexed, ventricose to subventricose, first subcrowed, moderately distant or distant when mature, lamellulae rare or absent, ocassionally forked near stipe, white to cream, turning to yellow when bruised or injured by insects, chamois (XXX19’’b) to salmo color (XIV9’d) when dried. Stipe 15–35 × 5–9 mm, cylindrical to subcylindrical, solid, somewhat curved at lower part, tapers to the base, white, amaranth purple (XII69i) in SV. Annulus absent. Context thin, whitish. Spore print cream color (XVI19’f). Taste mild or few acrid. Odor a little sweet or beany. 
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