Collybia

noun
Col·lyb·ia | \kəˈlibēə\

Definition of Collybia 

: a genus of white-spored agarics (family Agaricaceae) lacking both volva and ring, having the thin fleshy cap incurved when young, and including some forms that are on tree roots

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History and Etymology for Collybia

New Latin, from Greek kollybos small coin + New Latin -ia

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