In grass near heathland. Probably not the right shape or wavy edged enough!
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Wow! So many Waxcaps!
How about H. helobia as an alternative ID?
Now I'm sure it is NOT the Goblet Waxcap and H. helobia seems a possibility.
I put up some other waxcaps I saw on holiday last week and most drifted past unnoticed. At least it is a joy to struggle to identify these colourful little gems - not like the many 'little brown jobs' that I'm putting off for now!
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I agree that the waxcaps do give us more clues as to their ID, though many are still nigh on impossible for a novice like me. And they are so much prettier than those ubiquitous LBJs!
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