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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Nice photo! No obvious ID springs to my (relatively inexperienced) mind, but if I have time I'll have another think about it. It is hard (sometimes impossible) to get to a definite ID of fungi without being able to see (or read about) their gills, stem, if there is a ring, habitat, and any unusual smell. To get this info it is often necessary to extract one from the ground. This doesn't kill the fungus itself which lies beneath. Once you have a fruiting body, you can take it home to get a spore print which s also very helpful for identifying them.
Closest I can get is the Redlead Roundhead, but I see that the caps came out rather redder in my print-out than they appear on the screen. Anyway I'll put this up as a possibility...
Mind you, this species is more or less confined to soil with wood chips on or in it...
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