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If you zoom in on the cap it looks scaly so maybe an agaric.
What are the properties of Agaric that I should look for, please?
There are a lot but some caps have a scale on them and some none this genus includes members of the field mushroom group.Many species discolour when bruised or cut,turn pink,reddish or yellow The young gills are pink or in some species white at first but turn darker brown.Some species have a smell of aniseed.I find that when you find a specimen photo's of the cap stem gill's and cut through the stem and see if there is a colour change also crush a bit of the cap and see if you can smell anything.When you take a photo try and get macro shot's and also habitat ie was it in pine wood,broad leaved or field all help you with your id.Do you have any book's if not I can recommend a couple and you can get them second hand of Amazon.
I hope this help's Ann
These do look rather interesting don't they, could really do with picture of stem and gills and perhaps a note of where they were growing or a picture to put them in context.
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