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Many thanks for pointing me in right direction. Having Googled I wonder if it could be Tubaria romagnesiana as this excellent little video shows the white veil that is covering some of them and also the 'fringe' on the hat http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTW25taFyX8
To many species with similar features T
Conspersa is also felty.
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I'm not an expert but I doubt if the veil/fringe is conclusive. The two Tubaria that I've found are T furfuracea (Scurfy Twiglet) and T hiemalis (Winter Twiglet). They are hard to distinguish even after measuring the spores and checking the cystidia! Eg See http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/304323. By the way, Scurfy Twiglet is so named because of the scurfy appearance caused by adhering veil fragments. Cheers, Martin
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