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Unknown spotting


Caps were to about 12cm across and the same in height. A few were clustered, growing from fused bases and one had an 'offshoot' mushroom (first photo). One had a vague smell similar to catarrh otherwise no distinctive smell or taste to the mushroom. Growing in mixed woodland, the nearest tree other than a birch sappling was sweet chestnut I think. Growing under bracken (again not 100% sure my memory is correct). They were all already disturbed/uprooted. Spotted Toughshank Collybia maculaa is similar except not usually this pure white. Here's someone elses similar spotting; and another similar-ish one;


October 2014 folder

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High Peak, England, United Kingdom

Lat: 53.27, Long: -1.98

Spotted on Oct 14, 2014
Submitted on Oct 14, 2014

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False Chanterelle Fibrecap? Pontic Rhododendron Slippery Bonnet?