A small straw coloured mushroom.
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I think it may be Omphalina rickenii but not confident enough to add an identification so have agreed with genus only
Thanks - but I don't think it's rickenii - I've just checked the habitat for that one, and it says woodland. This was growing half way up a mountain in a quite open but marshy area. There was lots of sphagnum around but I can't remember if this was associated with it, or just in one of the damp areas. I wondered if it might be fulvopallens or ericetorum (unless they are the same thing). I'm also finding some references to Lichenomphalia, but don't really understand how that fits in.
Lat/Lng: 57.4109, -5.70232
OS grid ref: NG777416
A marshy area up the side of a mountain.