40-50 or so under veteran yew in churchyard.
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It can't be Striate Earthstar as the rays are unable to recurve because they are still attached to the outer layer of the fruit body!
Unless there is another species where the rays remain attached, it has to be this.
Also sac is not pleated and too few rays.
Sarah, I think the left hand specimen in IMG_1046-001 (the only one with the peristome (pointy bit on top) visible) shows that the peristome is plicate. In which case, using Pegler et al. (handbook published by RBG, Kew) it keys out to Geastrum striatum.
Lat/Lng: 51.219833333333, -0.47916666666667
OS grid ref: TQ063478