Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!
Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Whilst teaching forest school the children found this. Any ideas what it is?
And photos of the cap alone are seldom enough to identify. You also need to report/photograph:
Stem type, colour, length
Gills or pores under the cap - colour, form, extent
Any discolouration or latex produced when bruised/cut (may take a while to develop)
Surrounding vegetation, especially trees.
Updated: I think Fenwickfield is right - if so, there should be a tree-stump underneath. When they're in clusters like this, it is usually because they're growing on a stump, or other piece of wood.
Thanks for explaining I normally do but didn't have time this morning as off out fungi hunting if the rain holds off.
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