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ZitatPileus 25–100(–120) mm in diameter, hemispherical or campanulate when young, expanding to convex or plano-convex, with or without a low, broad umbo; strongly radially fibrillose all over or only around center, usually with distinct squamules around center; brown (7.5YR 5/4–5/8, 4/3–4/8, 3/3–3/4), or gray (Gley2 4/1, 5/1), usually darker at center; dry or slightly viscid when moist; margin smooth or translucent-striate. Lamellae crowded, free, ventricose, up to 10 mm broad, white when young, later pink, with distinct dark brown edges for the whole length of the lamella, very rarely only colored in the part near the margin of pileus. Stipe 40–120 × 4–11 mm, cylindrical, with slightly broad base; surface white, or whitish gray, commonly covered with dense gray-brown fibrils all over, more rarely only near the base. Context in stipe and pileus white or slightly grayish. Smell sweet, fungoid orindistinct. Taste similar to smell. Spore print pink to pinkish brown.