Fig 1
CAP: 5-15cm in diameter.  Pale lemon yellow to cream and covered with irregular patches of the universal veil. The cuticle is smooth becoming sticky when wet. Starting convex and becoming broadly convex to flat. STIPE: White, evenly thick with bulbous base that sits in a distinct bag. An obvious ring is found also at about halfway and with longitudinal lines located above. GILLS/PORES: Gills are free from the stem and are white, sometimes yellowish with age and crowded. FLESH: White with aroma and taste of potatoes or radish. SPORES: White, smooth and round. HABITAT: Both deciduous or coniferous woodland with a preference for Beech. SEASON: Frequent. Late summer to autumn. EDIBILITY: Poisonous.

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