This was about 15cm tall found in some undergrowth in an Oak woodland. Hope someone can help.
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Thank you for helping to identify this attractive fungus. Is this common or quite unusual as it's not in the small book I have?
Nationally relatively common with over 1200 records but only one of those records are in S East Yorks. I have a few records just up in N Yorks.
Lat/Lng: 53.8415, -0.4448
OS grid ref: TA024394