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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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It is worth snapping the stem of one fungi as some exude a latex/milk and this helps with the identification.
And this one would have bled a dark red milk ;)
Flaxton what's your id based on your comment?
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I should have said. The colour of the cap and stem. The dusted look to the stem. The frilly edge to the cap and finally the fact that it is growing as a clump on wood make Mycena haematopus is really the only thing it could be and this species bleeds red milk.
oh wow thanks. i don't usually like to pick them because i like to leave them for other people to find but i must admit if i had known it would bleed red i probably would!
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