Found in leaf litter under broad-leaved woodland - mainly oak. Quite small, the oak leaves give a sense of their scale.
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Amanita rubescens almost certainly
Out of curiosity I looked up your profile, Rowina, and discovered that only yesterday I had stumbled upon your New Forest Walker website. I'm hoping to visit the NF in April with my camera, so it was really lovely to see your wonderful photos.
...for the identification.
Heidi - thank you very much for the kind compliment. I'm sure you'll love the New Forest, April is a wonderful time with spring arriving and everything coming to life.
Out of interest, how did you come upon my website? I'm keen to know where people find it from.
I'll contact you through your webmail to continue our chat.
I agree A.rubescens it almost certainly is!
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