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By Roger Phillips

Published 2006

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The common name for these is Poisonpie. The caps are cream or pale brown, often viscid or slimy, and the stems fibrous, often with a granular surface. Note the smell, which may only be apparent on cutting or bruising. The gills, like those of Inocybe, turn dull fawn-coloured as the pinkish-brown spores mature.

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