Pholiota (family Strophariaceae) A genus of fungi which form mushroom-shaped fruit bodies. The gills are initially pale but later become brown; the stipe is central and may or may not bear a ring. The spore print is brown to rusty-brown. Species are found on wood or on the ground, often in clusters.
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