Grassland next to the heath.
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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I found this Waxcap key today: http://www.aber.ac.uk/waxcap/what/key-main.shtml
... and a lot of waxcaps in the park, which I thought might be Hygrocybe glutinipes though to be honest they look a lot like yours!
Have you tried
it seems quite good.
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There is a key you can download on the forum site it was just posted a couple of days ago Think it was Cumbria as they are doing a survey, I may be the one that Martincito has just given.
Would you believe I used it!! But now I have waxcaps floating in front of my eyes and am getting more confused by the minute. Unfortunately I didn't notice or record some important details (ignorance) and we were on holiday so I can't go back and check. I do think waxcaps are terrific though.
I think we are all guilty of not taking enough information as our mind's think well there cannot be many this colour then you go home and go mad looking,they are lovely hopefully Alan S will have a look and help confirm as he specialises in these and by this time next year we will be much better at id on Waxcap's.
The more I see the more I realise how little I know! However you are right I can recognise some very common fungi more easily this year than last (when I took up the interest) so perhaps knowledge does build up ... slowly!
Yeah - we'll get better eventually ;o)
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