AppearanceCap: 1-5 cm; convex with a central depression or a "navel"; dry to greasy; bald or finely silky; yellow-green becoming deep green, then fading to greenish, yellowish, or brownish; the margin becoming lined.
Gills: Attached to the stem; nearly distant; at first whitish or colored like the cap, becoming pink with maturity; bruising green to blue-green.
Stem: 2-6 cm long; 1-4 mm thick; more or less equal; dry or greasy; bald; hollow; colored like the cap, or more brightly colored; bruising darker green to blue-green; basal mycelium white.
Flesh: Thin; fragile; yellowish to greenish; darkening to dark green or blue-green when bruised.
Odor and Taste: Odor of mice; taste not distinctive.
Spore Print: Pink.
DistributionFairly widely distributed east of the Great Plains in the US.
HabitatGrowing alone, scattered, or gregariously under hardwoods or conifers in woods--or in grassy areas, moss, leaf litter, or disturbed soil (ditches, paths, road beds, and so on); summer and fall
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