ground based woodland funghi with short,
thick smooth stem, white in colour with felted surface.
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How did you arrive at your identification of this - did the cap produce 'milk' when broken? I think more clues would be required to give a positive ID on this - the cap colour looks very similar to Clouded Agaric (Clitocybe nebularis) which I'm seeing a lot at the moment and seems to persist quite late into the winter.
I thought clouded agaric, too. They seem to be everywhere at the moment.
Another possibility might be wood blewitt as these have pinkish gills and can look a bit like this when they are well past their best. suspect we'll not get to a final diagnosis on this one.
Lat/Lng: 54.5, -1.3
OS grid ref: NZ4522