Found in the grass at the base of a pitmound. The cap is flat, about 3-5cm in diameter; gills brown and the stem was about 7-10cm in length, cylindrical and relatively smooth.
No identification made yet.
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Fairy ring champighnon
Wild Flower Society member
Thank you for you identification.
I have had a look at examples on the web and in a guide. These imply that it grows in rings, although they can be loosely defined; the example in the photograph was isolated, there was no obvious evidence of other fungi nearby.
I have had a suggestion from another source that this may be Psathyrella spadiceogrisea.
It is difficult to be certain from a photograph and a few impressions of the characteristics, but which do you think is most likely?
Lat/Lng: 52.7, -2.5
OS grid ref: SJ7112