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A short hours walk around the bottom of denne hill near the railway bridge. The warm wet weather at the moment is bringing out an abundance of all types of fungi

Agaricus Arvensis - Horse Mushroom

Picture Type: Cap close-up
Notes
Month: October
Time: Mid afternoon
Diameter: 7 - 15cm
Height: 8 - 10cm
Terrain: Pasture
Substrate: Grass
Comments:

Picture Type: From below

Picture Type: Gills
Hygrocybe Nivea - Snowy Wax Cap, ivory wax cap

Picture Type: From below
Notes
Month: October
Time: Mid afternoon
Diameter: 1 - 3cm
Height: 4 - 5cm
Terrain: Pasture
Substrate: Grass
Comments:

Picture Type: Side view

Picture Type: Side view
Cortinarius Purpurascens

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: October
Time: Midday
Diameter: 5 - 10cm
Height: 4 - 1cm
Terrain: Mixed woodland
Substrate: Soil
Comments:

Picture Type: Side view

Picture Type: Side view

Picture Type: Gills

Picture Type: Section

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Picture Type: Side view

Picture Type: Section & Gills
Leucoagaricus Leucothites

Picture Type: Base of stipe
Notes
Month: October
Time: Midday
Diameter: 8cm
Height: 10cm
Terrain: Pasture
Substrate: Grass
Comments:

Picture Type: Gills

Picture Type: Cap close-up

Picture Type: Side view
Unidentified Specimens

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: October
Time: Midday
Diameter: 4cm
Height: 3cm
Terrain: Edge of path
Substrate: Soil
Comments:
I found this solitary specimen growing at the edge of a path on the edge of a cricket ground. I first thought I was Cortinarius Violaceus but now suggestions have come in that it is a wood blewitt.

Picture Type: Gills

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