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Steve Bullman

Fungi Id please

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Has a look of Laccaria laccata or L. proxima but the gill attachment looks a bit odd and difficult to see with these images. Were you on the beer 😄

 

Were the gills relatively flat under the cap (adnate) or attached lower down the stem? (decurrent)

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2 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

hmm not sure really.  I was perhaps taking the photo too close.  It was pretty small, about the size of a 50p.


Whats the significance of Laccaria?

 

Not 100% sure it’s Laccaria, but not sure what else it may be to be honest.

 

Laccaria’s are mycorrhizal 

 

 

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