Spotted in the grassed area of a local housing estate next to a busy road in south London.
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Difficult to identify without a shot of the underside of the cap I'm afraid. Could be Russula sp, or possibly one of the Milkcaps.
Its good to see someone else interested in urban mushrooms in Lambeth. I have posted a number of mushrooms spotted in brockwell park. I have spotted at least 8 different mushrooms on my housing estate in Tulse Hill. Its annoying that the council often come and cut the grass before i have had a chance to harvest the edible ones.
I agree with Blewit Boy a view of the underside would be helpful but suggest Russula exalbicans. Their season is July - November, they are often found in damp places but not usually grassy areas. Were there Birch trees near?
Lat/Lng: 51.4769, -0.1149
OS grid ref: TQ310770