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Tricholomopsis decora  

Caps are 2-10 cm across, moist to dry, hairy, convex becoming flat or depressed, yellow to ochre or olive-brown, and covered with tiny, dark brown scales.  Flesh is thin and yellow. Gills are broadly attached, becoming short-decurrent, close and yellow.  Stalks are up to 6 cm tall fy 3-10 mm broad, yellow, and minutely hairy to scaly.  Spore prints are  white. Widespread but not common, it fruits on conifer wood. Edibility unknown.