Earthy Powdercap - Cystoderma amianthinum
The cap of this small inedible species is initially domed but flattens with age and sometimes has a wavy edge. The cap surface can have a dusting of fine powdery granules and is ochre-yellow with mealy surface often becoming indistinctly radially wrinkled with age. There is a short lived fragile ring on the concolorous stem with granules present below this ring.
Short grassy areas
Fairly frequent and widespread in Britain
Occasional in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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