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Sorry not sure from your photos - 1st 2 are'bird's nest' with possible fungi. 2nd 2 are Waxcaps but need much more info before trying to id
The more I know the more I realise I don't know
Not sure how the bird's nest appeared again. It is the fungi I want to identify please.
OK! Certainly not Common Bird's Nest Fungus Crucibulum laeve 1st 2 photos!!! Only 5mm diameter!
2nd 2 photos look like Waxcap Hygrocybe spp. Possibly H. virginea Snowy Waxcap or varieties but need more info - dimensions cap and stipe, any smell? Guess because 'Salisbury' on alkaline soil? Waxcaps - 65'ish species recorded in UK BUT with recent DNA analysis maybe 95!
I'm not an expert but recently on Fungi walks with Mycologists seeing lots of Waxcaps but they weren't sure on id's for all specimens in the Field!
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