growing in sheep grazed pasture.
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Please look again at Fomitopsis pinicola. I have left a message.
Rather big for a Waxcap. But that may be due to the close up lens distortion
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They were pretty close up shots. I was trying to get the effect of light shining through the gills. Roger Phillips says that the cap can be 3-8cm in diameter. Interestingly, he also now re-classifies this species as Cuphophyllus pratensis in line with Marcel Bon's nomenclature.
Have you seen Garath Griffith's waxcap site (key section shown above), he has occasionally looked at the waxcaps on iSpot.
yes I have come across his website. it's v good for keys. not so good for photos.
Lat/Lng: 54.4, -2.7
OS grid ref: NY5805