Submitted by Jo Anthony on Fri, 13/11/2020 - 11:00
    I spotted a mature mushroom, buff/pale tan; domed cap (c.4-5cm) with in-rolled edges; slightly furrowed edges with age; gills are unattached and quite crowded; long stem (c.10cm), buff with fibrous brown streaks; slightly tapering wider to the base, a very visible skirt/ring quite high up, which is neither hanging nor pendulous; found in grassland but someone had picked it and dropped it, so it might have been in the nearby woods. Any clues as to what this is? I would have plumped for the parasol mushroom but for absence of scaly-ness. Do these disappear with age?