A small waxcap about 20mm across.
Cap yellow/fading. Striate around edge, transparent.
Gills strongly yellow, decurrent.
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Not a Hygrocybe have a look at Rickenella or Omphalina and see what you think.I think it may R.fibula
Thanks for your comment.
On the day there was some excitement about having found this. It has been recorded on the site before but not often found. From the size and images it does seem to fit. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hygrocybe_vitellina.jpg
However, R.fibula was also found but I didn't get an image of it, I only got the R.swartzii growing alongside it.
So, I have a book with notes and camera full of images, there is plenty of room for confusion on my side as I'm not familiar with any of these species.
It does appear on our local fungi blog http://calderdale-fungi.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/broadhead-clough-25-10-13... so I think I have the correct images.
I'll look into it.
I think this looks right & from your third image the gill edge looks quite viscid.
Since I found this I have found it again several times and I'm confident it is right.
Lat/Lng: 53.7113, -1.9481
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