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Fungus 5, Whinney Plantation

Observed: 26th August 2013 By: TeessiderTeessider’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Fungus 5, Whinney Plantation
Fungus 5, Whinney Plantation
Description:

~1-1.5cm diameter

Identifications

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    Likely ID
    Bonnet (Mycena species)
    Confidence: It's likely to be this, but I can't be certain.
    ID agreements (): 2 People
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Species interactions

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Comments

Amadan's picture

Not confident enough to offer a formal identification -

But there is one called Hemimycena lactea, formerly Mycena lactea. It grows in groups on pine needles in summer, and looks very like this. But it's described as "rare", and I could be entirely wrong!