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The plants are usually hygrophanous, but when dry, floccose or slightly silky.
This species differs mainly from H. leporinus in that the latter is quite floccose on the pileus.
Pileus is rather fleshy, convex, then expanded, torn into adpressed floccose scales.
Veil rather thick, floccose, disappearing, leaving remnant on stem and margin of pileus when fresh.
Stem even at the base, tapering to a short root, transversely floccose, scaly both above and below the ring.
Usually the cap, stem, and the gills are covered with a floccose substance which will serve to identify the species.
The veil is floccose and quite thick when the plant is young.
Somewhat resembling C. elatior but smaller, and veil not floccose.
It has a big, ragged, floccose ring, and the pithy stem is inclined to be hollow.
MUSHROOM CULTUREW. ROBINSON
Name from , a lock of wool, in allusion to the floccose down.

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