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need view of underside and stem, don't think its honey fungus
Thanks for the reply. I have added new photo. Does this help? Our main concern is whether this is potentially harmful to our trees (mainly apple).
Its not honey fungus, it might be collybia dryophila living on the chippings.
Thank you very much. Can you therefore confirm it's unlikely to be harmful to our trees?
or Collybia confluens.
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