solitary in conifer woods.
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No interactions present.
Mycena alcalina has now been split - M stipata with two spored basidia and M silvae-nigrae with four spored basidia. If it was growing from wood then it could be one of these if it was just growing from the needle litter M leptocephala is more likely.
It was needle litter as none of the tree's are felled in this area, they are mainly Larch,do you think I should edit it to might be M leptocephala
That would be my suggestion.
Thank you for your help I find this group rather tricky to identify.
Don't worry you are not the only one.
Lat/Lng: 55.057, -2.2202
OS grid ref: NY860736