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Creamy cap and gills, white stem.
It's just the perspective of the shot that suggests an unusual habitat.No, it was not growing on deadwood ;)Thanks for confirming, gully.moy
What was it growing from. I suspected C. gambosa too, but the habitat looks wrong.
Thanks, Tiz - I am going to look that up.
Lars. If this one was found in May in Germany, it can be a Calocybe gambosa (St. George's mushroom) since it is one of the spring and early summer mushrooms we have in Europe.
Lat: 53.48, Long: 10.37
Spotted on May 28, 2013 Submitted on May 28, 2013