Dwarf Bell - Galerina pumila
A small, delicate looking fungus. The cap is 1 to 2 cm across, convex, deeply striate and yellowish ochre with fawn centre. It is long stalked (up to 5cm). Spore print yellow-orange, spores ellipsoidal, smooth, 10-13 x 5-7μm.
Mossy lawns and pastures.
Widespread and fairly frequent in Britain.
Occasional in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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