near yew and other conifers in muddy grass and needle litter
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I'm not sure about this, as you say the gills are not pink and the gill attachment to stem does not look quite right and its club shaped stem when Pluteus cervinus is normally not. was it growing on wood?
I'm not sure what it was growing on. It seemed to be a mixture of conifer debris. It did cross my mind that it might be a Tricholoma species?? I'll keep an eye on the spot where I saw them growing. Unfortunately fungi in this particular park rarely meet maturity as they often get trampled by kids walking to and from school.
Lat/Lng: 51.434594835001, -3.1798126995727
OS grid ref: ST180712