Growing on dead timber
Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!
Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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One of six different species photographed on that day
One of six species photographed on the day
Just noticed that these were growing on dead timber... so less likely to be Laccaria...
might be the armillaria but not sure you can say its A. borealis
but definitely does not look like A. borealis to me.
I'm not 100% sure it is an Armillaria.
Sometimes it is best to dismiss a fungus as "last week's", and move on.
I agree that there are instances, and many more for me than for you experts of course, in which the ID will remain a mystery... but I think that the process of establishing that is nevertheless very educational.
You need fungi to be in good condition and have a selection of clear photo's.I now walk past anything that has not just emerged in the past couple of day's,as I have spent hours in the past trying to do an id on a shrivelled or soggy specimen or half eaten by slugs.
Lat/Lng: 53.77609, -2.63771
OS grid ref: SD580312