Tiny fungi on I think deer poo very hard to get focus good enough on it.I think it is a type of Coprinus
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I can't find much info for this name, searches end up with Coprinopsis, Coprinus, Coprinellus. Any help please.
Superb find though - how delicate and so numerous.
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Coprinus in Jordans book but ispot was insisting on the above seems to grow on muck page 234 bottom left thought it looked a bit like C.patouillardii
Yours look whiter. What about Coprinopsis nivea? They look snowy and Collins (p218) says margins are uplifted and split with age. Not sure about the fleecy fibrils though.
I haven't got the Collins guide so will have a look on the net,your right mine seemed all white ,I am not sure how many types there are.
It is a Coprinus/Coprinellus/coprinopsis but there are a few that grown on dung.
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