Found whilst doing some weeding.
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Was it growing on soil or next to a tree stump or Bark chippings as it would help confirm an id.
That is a difficult one to call as it was growing very close to where there was an old tree stump. I believe there is probably enough bark and dead wood in the soil to go with the tree stump/bark chippings though.
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I think it is Sulphur Tuft but will add it as a might be as not confident enough to be 100%,the gills,cap and stem fit the description and it grows on stumps or buried stumps,wood.
Sorry I cannot be more sure.
I'd go with a burried stump or shallow root. I guess I'll have to do some more digging to see how much of it acctually remains.
What would have been the alternative?
I think Sheila has said it all. The gill and cap colour almost certainly growing on the rotting remnants of the stump makes H fasciculare the only one I can think of.
I am not sure as I am not that much of an expert but if Flaxton picks this comment up hopefully he would be able to help as he is much more knowledgeable than me.
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