Description: Medium sized agarics, growing
close to broadleaf trees, Quercus and Laurus
(CS98), Pinus (CS107) or leaf litter (CS120).
Pileus: Convex in young specimens becoming
flattish with age, coloured a pale cream near
the margin but brown towards the centre.
Specimens from collection CS107 were more
yellowish and paler. Pileus diameter: 26-82mm Stipe: Thick, fleshy, white with pale brown
areas, yellow liquid was oozing below ring
(CS98), with ring superior and flaring (CS120)
or reduced (CS98), smooth above the ring but
rough with scales below ring. Gills: Free, cream coloured, close. Spore print: Off-white (4D).
Microscopy: Pileipellis: Interwoven, inflated hyphae Basidia: 2-, 3- & 4-spored (4-spored most
common) Gill Trama: Bilaterally divergent. Clamp connections: Present Cheilocystidia: Present but rare, inflated. Pleurocystidia: Absent. Spores: Rounded, hyaline with rough surface,
without germ pore, inamyloid; L= 4.6-6.1µm,
W = 4.5-5.7µm, Q=1.00-1.16, Qm=1.05