Scattered along the edge of a grassy path. Ranging in size and shape and colour. Up to about 4cm caps and 3cm tall.
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possibly l. proxima? which i tend to think of as being a bit bigger and on acid soils on heathland, what sort of habitat was yours in?
Heavy clay, no sand or heath for miles! The deciduous woodland around is more like copse but is the very scrappy remnant of an ancient woodland. The caps were smooth and almost waxy.
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Lat/Lng: 51.429, -0.9553
OS grid ref: SU727705