The genus Entoloma is a diverse group of over 1000 species. Entoloma majaloides P.D. Orton is difficult to identify, as it shares the pale brown, shiny cap and angular spores of several other species. Literature on this genus is complex and generally disorganized. To my knowledge, there is no data regarding the distribution other than “rarely found in western Europe”.
The smell and taste are nondistinctive. The cap is usually 3-9 cm across and the stipe is brittle and 6-13 cm long. The angular spores measure 8×9 micrometers. In summary, there is not a lot of research on this species and without sequencing, identification is nearly impossible.
MycoBank Entoloma majaloides, Web. 18, November, 2018. http://www.mycobank.org/BioloMICS.aspx?TableKey=14682616000000063&Rec=20403&Fields=All
Kuo, M. (2013, January). Entolomatoid mushrooms. Retrieved from the MushroomExpert.Com Web site: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/entoloma.html11.20.18