Very small pale-lilac/greyish toadstools on a decaying Russula fungus. Found in mature mixed woodland.
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I hate all these newly made-up so-called common names for fungi, that differ from one author to another, are NOT a common means of communication, and are stupid names like "velvet spotted brittle-gill" or whatever.
But I rather like "Silky Piggyback" :-)
The host looks like Russula foetens, by the way, an occasional host. Usually on Russula nigricans.
and I agree about names.
Lat/Lng: 55.2723, -3.819
OS grid ref: NX845990