A widespread and common species on dead beech and oak.
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|Sub-group||Bonnets and Mottlegills|
These species have caps that are shaped like little hats that sit on top of thin stems. They are usually fragile little fungi and can be very difficult to identify as many seem, at first sight anyway, the same as their cousins.
|Book Refererence||Toadstools and Mushrooms|