Hygrocybe fornicata var fornicata, (earthy waxcap)

1 Nov 2006 at OSGR: SK15 in Derby, England

Record Summaryin grass
Found asFruitbody
Date1 November 2006
OS grid refOSGR: SK15
Lat/Lon53° 0' N, 1° 50' W
Vice CountyDerby, VC no: 57
Voucher1 Nov 2006[E]
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Notes: Gills: adnexed.
Smell: unpleasant, continental loos (specimens had been frosted and were beginning to rot).
Fruitbody dries: brown, but maybe just because it's old.

Spores: broadly oblong, (5)6-7/4-5µm.

This is the form sometimes called Hygrocybe clivalis.

The following literature was used to identify this find:

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