Lepista irina 

Entoloma (Lepista) irina  01959

Lepista irina  (Fr.) H.E. Bigelow 1959

Called the Flowery Blewit for its lovely odor, Lepista irina, fruits mainly in fall from soil or forest floor debris. This saprotrophic mushroom has a smooth, whitish cap, that can be pinkish-tan on the central disc, close, narrow cream-colored gills, and a short stem. It is found mostly in broadleaf forests, sometimes in small clusters or in fairy rings. Its spore print is pinkish.    Edible with caution.

It is in the Tricholomataceae family of the Agaricales order.