Shrink list ... Habit of Growth:
Mushroom is not protected
Cap: 5-12 cm across, conical when young, later campanulate-convex, plane when old, surface covered on a cream-colored background with concentric dark brown scales which are acutely conical when young and appressed when old, center rarely with a smooth, dark brown disc, margin incurved to inrolled, acute.
Hymenophore: lamellae are white, later cream-colored, broad, many forked, free, edges smooth.
Spore print: white
Spore: cylindrical, 6,8-8,6 x 2,9-3,3 μm
Stem: 5-8 x 0,8-1,5 cm, cylindrical, base usually with a marginate bulb, solid when young, hollow when old, corticate, fragile, surface longitudinally cream-colored to light-brown fibrillose above the annulus, hazel brown fibrillose below, base with dark brown granular scales on the margin of the bulb, annulus membranous, pendent, cream-colored to light brown, upper surface cream-colored, lower surface brown, margin covered with dark brown granular scales.
Flesh: white, thick in the center of the pileus, thin toward the margin, odor unpleasant, taste mild, unpleasant.
Habitat: gregarious to somewhat clustered in and outside forests, in waste places, alongside roads and paths, under bushes, grows from summer to fall.
Edibility: deadly poisonous