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Observed: 17th March 2011 By: adion

Small fungi (about 1.5-2cm height), vivid brown cap, stipe, and gills. Abscent ring on the stipe which is located in the center of the cap. The cap is nor dry nor slimy, and thin fibers are apparent near its edge.
This fungi is mostely surrounded by stonecrops, mosses and invasive plants. The entourage suggests the soil is acidic. It is exposed to drought, cold weather, rough winds, and sunlight as it is not shaded and is unprotected from environmental conditions.
It is located on a rooftop on a hill near the English SW coast.


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Species interactions

No interactions present.


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Have you any photos of the

Have you any photos of the gills and stem?

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No, sorry. But I am sure the

No, sorry. But I am sure the gills and the stem were exactly the same colour as the cap. The gils were close together, and adnexed. The stem was attached to the cap in the center and had no ring.