Clitocybe (family Tricholomataceae) A genus of fungi which form mushroom-like fruit bodies in which the cap is more or less funnel-shaped and fleshy. The gills are often decurrent. There are many species, some of which are edible whereas others are extremely poisonous. They are usually found on the ground, especially under trees.
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