Open grassland at edge of woodland track,small white cap slightly greasy 3cm gills whitish decurrent,stem white slender 5cm
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This doesn't look a bit like the illustration for Cream Pinkgill in my book, it is much taller and more fragile. I've never found one so it is interesting to see the variation. One for my list of favourites (which is getting out of hand).
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I think this shows us that you can be deceived by photo's and the only way we will get more experience and become better at identification is seeing the real thing in the field.I have also never found one Janet so it was a first for me (I too have a long list of must find's)
Lat/Lng: 55.0577, -2.2177
OS grid ref: NY861737