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Observed: 20th November 2011 By: vm53
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course complete
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Small orangey-brown fungus with slim yellowish stem.


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Species interactions

No interactions present.


Blewit Boy's picture

It could be..

It could be winter twiglet, T.hiemalis, although it lacks the mealy bloom which that species tends to have.


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I agree that it might be a

I agree that it might be a waxcap, but I think there are several species that it could be (not that I'm an expert on them). There is a useful key to Waxcaps here: http://www.aber.ac.uk/waxcap/what/key-main.shtml I suggest you add a revised ID of Hygrocybe, which I, at least, would agree.

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Revised ID

Thanks for your comment. I've checked out your link and agree it's best just to say Hygrocybe.

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