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Yellow-cream fungus

Observed: 8th October 2013 By: AmadanAmadan’s reputation in Fungi and LichensAmadan’s reputation in Fungi and LichensAmadan’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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Description:

Conical white to yellow cap, slender clean stipe, gills yellow-orange. Mild mushroom odour, no specific taste. No latex or discolouration on bruising. Cap a bit less than 5cm diameter.
Growing on the ground amidst grass and reeds, birch, sallow, and oak in vicinity.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

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Good thought -

Maybe Bolbitius vitellinus (name may now be tubilans)?
That's said to grow on rotting straw, and the paths are mown during the summer.

Correction: should have been titubans).