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Unknown

Observed: 17th December 2009 By: squirrelsquirrel’s reputation in Fungi and Lichenssquirrel’s reputation in Fungi and Lichenssquirrel’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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Description:
Identifications

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Species interactions

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Comments

miked's picture

Need more info on the

Need more info on the habitat, size etc

Blewit Boy's picture

I agree we need a little more info...........

I agree we need a little more info, my guess is that it could be clouded agaric (Clitocybe nebularis). Still I love the way the stems have twisted together - very cute.

chris

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More info... hey there thanks

More info... hey there thanks for the replies, seen in Deciduous woodland though on edge of grassland,
Cap size about 3cm across and about 8cm stem length if far as I can remember.

squirrel

miked's picture

Think the size and to some

Think the size and to some extent the shape rules out Clitocybe nebularis, am hoping a waxcap expert will check if its one of these.