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Inocybe species?

Observed: 15th September 2013 By: Martin D. ParrMartin D. Parr’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens

Growing in damp woodland


No identification made yet.

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The genus is right but these are very difficult to identify without detailed information and microscopy.
Tree type if any cap size,photo of gills,spore print,stem,measurements,smell if any also cut through the stem and cap to show flesh colour also if stem is hollow full or fibrous.


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Thank you!

Many thanks Fenwickfield, yes I thought that ID would prove difficult or impossible. The pics were all taken at a bioblitz, and it fell to me to try to ID them. I've done OK on most plants and bugs, and I did ask the photographers for pics of gills, stem and base etc plus notes on what growing on or by and any smells etc - but not everyone gave me that sort of detail so just trying my best to clear up the remainders. I think some will have to remain a mystery until next time!

Kind regards, Martin