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Observed: 28th August 2011 By: miked
iSpot team
Fungi and Lichens expert

Just had a glance through habitats for quite a lot of Inocybes and they were all woodland or similar whereas these were growing on anthills in species rich chalk grassland. there were quite a number around in this area. scrub had been cleared some time previously so its possible there could be severely cut back trees around just not obvious.
Stem had a hint of pink towards the upper part, you can just about make this out on the photo.


No identification made yet.

Species interactions

No interactions present.


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Old wood

It mist be growing on old root wood form something that does nor produce suckers. It is a legacy of what was there before.