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Old Thursday 24th October 2019, 17:02   #1
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Request for fungi help

I've spent a lot of today failing to identify a lot of the fungi I've photographed over the last few days. These are just some of them. If anyone could help, I would be very grateful. All from woodlands on the east of Ipswich.

I think the first one is fairy ring champignon, but I could well be wrong.

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Hi Steve,

Yup, you're right with the first one
The second might be Laccaria sp.
The last two are Mycena sp. but to get further we need more info like what they were growing on etc.

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Thanks. Actually I've said woodland but I've realised that for the 2nd, 3rd (the same species) and the 4th they were on heathland. The fourth in sweet chestnut/oak woodland, on fairly sand soil.
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