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_MG_3781 waxcap

Observed: 26th November 2011 By: miked
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Fungi and Lichens expert

Slightly sticky when kissed.


No identification made yet.

Species interactions

No interactions present.


Fenwickfield's picture

Cut stem

Did you cut through the stem,as there are two similar, one has orange flesh full becoming hollow and the other flesh orange full does not become hollow


miked's picture

I did n't cut them but if the

I did n't cut them but if the frost or cows don't get them this week I will probably go back and have another look, thanks.

chrishardman's picture

suggested identification

I think it may be a Goblet Waxcap(Hygrocybe cantharellus but i am not sure.

ve.emery's picture

It can't be Hygrocybe

It can't be Hygrocybe cantharellus if the cap is sticky. H. cantharellus has a dry squamulose cap. Was the stem sticky/moist or dry?

miked's picture

I did not test the stem, i

I did not test the stem, i only tested the cap and that was slightly sticky.