Pluteus americanus 

Pluteus salacinus_2049

Pluteus americanus (P. Banerjee & Sundb.) Justo, E.F. Malysheva & Minnis 2014

 (Pluteus salacinus) grows from dead hardwoods. Except for some scaliness in the center of the gray-brown cap, this mushroom's cap skin is glabrous. As with all Pluetus species, it has free gills (not attached to stem) and a pinkish-brown spore-print. It is also psychoactive - bluing on the stem and elsewhere. It has a unpleasant odor. It is in the Plutaceae family of the Agaricales order.