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Mushroom for ID please.

Observed: 23rd October 2013 By: charlie streetscharlie streets’s reputation in Fungi and Lichenscharlie streets’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Description:

This was about 4 inches tall, free gills, mid-brown spore print, apparently growing in soil and quite a viscid cap.Anyone any ideas?
Thanks for looking.

Identifications

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Comments

Amadan's picture

Tawny Grisette

These are usually "over" by now, reducing my confidence further.
As myself and others have posted elsewhere, gills, odour, trees, discolouration and other issues help a lot.

charlie streets's picture

I did include some info under

I did include some info under the photo.The spores were brown not white and the cap was way too greasy for Tawny Grisette.

Amadan's picture

Other info

I have found "sticky" Tawny Grisettes in the past - the spore colour did trouble me, as did the other things mentioned.

charlie streets's picture

Yep, no worries, I know they

Yep, no worries, I know they can be next to impossible to ID from photos, I just wondered if it rang any bells with someone. Thanks for looking though.

D.M.H.'s picture

Opps didnt read info below

Opps didnt read info below pic.

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