Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!
Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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A second photo of a previous submission. Unfortunately wasn't able to gain a photo from another angle or make this clearer than this
sorry still not able to help,hopefully one of the experts will see it and be able to do so.If possible when you do take photos of fungi try to get shot's of stem,cap and gills also if it changed colour when cut,any smell as some smell of almonds, perfume,meal ect and some fungi go blue,red ect when cut also also other's exude milk from the gill and stem oh and habitat.They are a fascinating subject to study but rather difficult
so good luck with future finds
Many thanks for your comments and recomendations. Will certainly use your ideas in future to help me.
Lat/Lng: 51.5463, -3.2236
OS grid ref: ST152837
within the woods from the main car park. Following the path down the slope and then crossing an area to a very large dead tree which had been uprooted.