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It would be helpful if you gave us more information about the habitat as most fungi have specific habitat requirements. It appears to be growing on sand in a coastal location. Is it growing under or near other species of plants?. Regards
Melanoleuca cinereifolia is certainly a possibility but as this is a Red Data List species and very rare I would be loathed to id as this without confirmation
As Flaxton has said it may be M.cinereifolia but it is best to stick to Genus only unless microscopic work can be carried out on the specimen especially with the Red Data.I also agree with Hugh that it is so important to give habitat details on every fungi found and posted.
It was located on an artificial sand dune created as sea defence. The fungi was found amongst beachgrass (Ammophila). Fungi was 10cm in height max.
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