Star Pinkgill - Entoloma conferendum
Conical, up to 5 or 6 cm diameter and often with a central umbo, margin lined when moist, coloured pinky brown. Stem long and slender and longitudinally grooved. Gills whitish at first, becoming pink and eventually more brown; rather fragile. Spore print pink.
Short turf and lawns
Found from late spring to autumn
Widespread and common in Britain
Common in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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