Fig 1
CAP: 3-5cm in diameter.  Yellow to orange-brown starting domed with powdery granules covering the surface becoming flattened with wavy edges with no granular covering.  The surface dries paler and the edges have a tattered appearance.  Often radially wrinkled. STIPE: The stem is equal and has an easily removed ring.  Brownish in colour with yellowish granules covering the lower part. GILLS/PORES: Gills are creamy white, crowded and adnate. FLESH: White becoming yellowish with smell of freshly mown hay. SPORES: Off-white, ellipsoid. HABITAT: Open grassland, parks, gardens and dense woodland. SEASON: Common.  Late summer to late autumn. EDIBILITY: Inedible.

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