Entoloma sericellum (Fr.) P. Kumm., (1871)                                                    *Collections: PNW
Syn: Alboleptonia sericella v. lutescens  (Henn.) Largent & R.G. Benedict (1970)

This small, white Entoloma is one of the prettiest species in the woods. It is more common in the Northern wetter forests of Calfironia. The popular name in Western North America was Alboleptonia sericella as Largent and Benedict erected a separate Genus around that species -- Alboleptonia. Later phylogenetic studies refuted that Genus and returned the species under Entoloma.

Scattered cheilocystidia.

Spores: 8.3-11x7.3-8.5