Twig Parachute - Marasmiellus ramealis
A small fungus. The cap is usually no more than 1 cm across. It is initially convex, but later flattens and may become depressed in the centre. It is a pinky white sometimes darker towards the middle.
Found on a range of broad-leaf twigs and herbaceous material, including dead bramble stems.
Early summer to autumn
Fairly common and widespread in Britain.
Fairly common in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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