This was under a Silver Birch, the cap was about 4 inches across but not much more to go on I'm afraid.
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I'd say so (and have agreed).
But it might just be Amanita fulva which I have seen as grey as this. Google it right out, to be certain.
Charlie, after you wrote below.
Click on this https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=grisette+mushroom&safe=active&source=l...
and view the (Google) images. Open (click) some, Visit Page and read the text at the site.
There's a whole range of colours and textures and many pictures which are OBVIOUSLY not Grisette. Have fun. I use Google images a lot for initial research.
Leave your post as it is for now (though grisette is spelled wrongly in the ID panel), others will come.
I don't know what "Google it right out, to be certain." means but if Tawny Grisettes can be that colour I think I'll have to put it down as unknown.
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