noun En·to·lo·ma \ˌentəˈlōmə\

Definition of Entoloma

  1. :  a genus of pink-spored agarics lacking both volva and annulus, having the gills notched or separating from the fleshy stem, and including some (such as E. lividum) that are distinctly poisonous

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Origin and Etymology of entoloma

New Latin, from ent- + Greek lōma fringe

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