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Brynna Woods fungi 7 8sept2013 006

Observed: 7th September 2013 By: marksteermarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Brynna Woods fungi  7 8sept2013 006
Brynna Woods fungi  7 8sept2013 007
Brynna Woods fungi  7 8sept2013 008
Description:

Cap 3.5cm umbel ridged especially towards margin, light tan slightly darker to centre.
Gills very light tan regular and fairly open.
Stipe 6.5cm x 3mm fairly stiff and erect same colour as gills.
Section flesh very thin, gills to 4mm very light tan. Stipe hollow.
Light cream spore print.
Growing in leaf litter mixed damp wood - hazel and willow mostly. A number of specimens but not in clump.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

flaxton's picture

Could it have been growing

Could it have been growing from wood?

marksteer's picture

Not growing obviously on wood

Not growing obviously on wood but lots of rotting wood in this very damp woodland. Appreciate M. galericulata grows on 'decayed and buried wood' Trees surrounding are mainly hazel and willow. I'll re-id as Mycena

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