A small fungus with a yellow-brown cap found growing alone or in small groups on exposed grassland.
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|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Laccaria proxima||Laccaria proxima||
A smallish reddish brown agaric that is found growing solitary or in scattered groups in poor... more
|Glazed Cup||Humaria hemisphaerica||
A brown and white cup found growing on soil in troops or on very rotten wood.
|Enteridium lycoperdon||Enteridium lycoperdon||
An large, whitish cushion shaped fungus with a rubbery feel that is found on dead wood of both... more
|Common Inkcap||Coprinopsis atramentaria||
This fungus has an egg-shaped, grey to grey-brown cap with a red-brown centre. The cap surface... more
|Lemon Disco||Bisporella citrina||
A very small, yellow saucer shaped fungus found densely clustered on the dead wood of deciduous... more