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(family Strophariaceae)

A genus of fungi in which the fruit bodies are mushroom-like. The gills are greyish, becoming black or mottled with black at maturity. The spores are large, and appear smooth and dark brown under the microscope. Species are found on the ground, on dung, on rotting wood, etc.

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