4in high, 3in wide. Growing out of the leaf litter.
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I was looking for one of these all day and i never knew i'd stumbled across one. How often do they lack the spots.
The 'spots' are bits of the white membrane that covers the cap in early development. They can be rubbed or washed off easily.
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I don't know how often this happen's I personally have only seen it once myself,But as Syrphus says it is the ring(membrane) which rub's of on the cap and causes the spot's.
Lat/Lng: 53.2056, -1.0827
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