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A clump of fungi.

Observed: 30th October 2012 By: moremothmoremoth’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmoremoth’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmoremoth’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmoremoth’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
A clump of fungi.
Underside of one of the clump.
Three days later.
Three days later.
Description:

Clumps of fungi on the site where we were told a large Beech tree had been removed.

Identifications

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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.

Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

flaxton's picture

Not sure about this one it

Not sure about this one it looks a bit robust for disseminatus but it fits in other respects

moremoth's picture

Smooth caps

I wondered about this as they all seemed to have smooth caps; so I went back three days later and sure enough, the remaining fungi had furrows and the gills looked much blacker. (Two new photos attached.)

Bill Welch

flaxton's picture

With the new photo showing a

With the new photo showing a red edge to the gills I would now say Psathyrella is more likely.
Mal