Lepiota (family Agaricaceae) A genus of fungi in which the fruit bodies are initially enclosed in a universal veil; there is no volva. Spores are typically colourless. Many species are edible. They are found on the ground, on manure, on compost heaps, etc. See also PARASOL MUSHROOM.
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