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Ecology: Saprobic; growing scattered or gregariously in grassy areas (lawns, meadows, pastures, and so on); summer and fall (especially common in muggy weather); Cap: 1-3 cm; conical when young, becoming broadly conical with an uplifted marginal edge; dry; finely lined from the margin nearly to the center; whitish or creamy buff, sometimes with a slightly darker center. Gills: Attached to the stem or nearly free from it; close; pale at first but soon cinnamon brown or pinkish brown. Stem: 3-11 cm long; only a few millimeters thick; extremely fragile; hollow; more or less equal; whitish; smooth or with tiny hairs on the upper half. Flesh: Insubstantial. Odor and Taste: Not distinctive. Spore Print: Cinnamon brown or reddish brown.