Pileus (Cap) Diameter to 50 mm or more; when young conico-convex, con- vex becoming nearly plane, often with an umbo, radial splitting at the margin revealing white flesh; surface dry, covered with reddish brown fibrillose scales that are thicker at the centre of the pileus; colour reddish brown. Lamel- lae (Gills) Attachment free; close; white to cream-coloured, staining blood-red when bruised. Stipe (Stem) Central; generally up to 50 mm long and 6 mm thick; slender to relatively stout, attenuated upwards; surface dry, glabrous, finely fibrillose; colour reddish brown, lighter at the apex. Annulus promi- nent, initially about two-thirds up the stipe, as a movable ring, eventually sliding down the stipe or disappearing. Spore Print White to pinkish white
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