Growing alone on the grassy edge to the path this pretty fungus glowed in the late afternoon light.
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When I first saw this I thought Goblet Waxcap because of the colour of the stipe.
I'm afraid I do not have much sense of smell. My book says it should smell of honey! In Collins the proportion of cap to stem length looks wrong for Goblet Waxcap.
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The tomentose cap and very decurrent gills rule out Hygrocybe reidii. In my opinion this is possibly Hygrocybe cantharellus.
Lat/Lng: 50.6544, -1.9612
OS grid ref: SZ028838