Clitopilus prunulus (Scop. ex Fr.) Kummer syn. Paxillopsis prunulus (Scop. ex Fr.) Lange. The Miller, Clitopile petite prune, Meunier, Langue de carpe, Mehlpilz, Kajsza lisztgomba, Prugnolo, lievetato, fungo del lievito, Grote molenaar, Sweetbread Mushroom. Cap 3–12cm across, convex then irregularly depressed, lobed and wavy, white to pale cream or greyish, textured like kid leather. Stem 15–25 x 4–12mm, often off-centre, concolorous with cap. Flesh white, firm. Taste and smell strongly mealy. Gills decurrent, white then pink. Spore print pink. Spores elliptic and longitudinally ridged, 8–14 x 5–6ì. Habitat in grass in open woodland. Season summer to late autumn. Common. Edible – good, but there is a danger of confusion with poisonous Clitocybes. Distribution, America and Europe.