Found under a yew tree but an ash is only 10m away
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Do you have any other photos? This is either G pectinatum or G striatum. If the former when fully mature it would have no collar under the endoperidium (the spore bulb) and it would not have a ring around the Peristome (the little triangle on the top where the spores are released). Both of these features seem to be absent in your find so I think G pectinatum is probable.
I could get some additional photos. I only had my phone camera. There were quite a few in different stages there so I should be able to get the required shots.
Biodiversity Officer - Shropshire
Thanks Mal. A great looking thing and apparently 118 years since it was last seen / reported in Shrewsbury
That's great news Dan.
Lat/Lng: 52.7, -2.8
OS grid ref: SJ5012