Found this fungi, amongst the leaves on woodland floor, under Oak and hawthorn.
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What colour was the milk?
I should of checked this! will find out.
Looks perhaps a bit thin for Lactarius? It looks a bit like a Clitocybe? But that may be rubbish!
rechecked today and no milk, so rules out Lactarius! it had just a slight smell of mushroom! flesh creamy white, Chalkie i think you are right with Clitocybe, possibly inversa?
With no milk (which I did suspect honest) Lepista flaccida (inversa) is a good bet.
Thank you all for your help.
Great - I actually recognised something even with the distraction of a different genus being offered - maybe I am making progress with fungi after all! :) (Some of my books use Clitocybe, some use Lepista, but Tawny Funnel was the one I was thinking of.)
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