Clouded Funnel - Clitocybe nebularis
Cap up to 20 cm across, convex at first becoming flattened or occasionally slightly depressed in the centre, the margin remaining inrolled, cloudy grey sometimes tinged with buff, darker at the centre and often covered with a white bloom. Stem swollen towards the base, paler than the cap. Sometimes described as edible but is suspect and best avoided.
In deciduous, coniferous woods or other well wooded areas, often in rings or troops.
Late summer to late autumn
Very common in Britain
Very common in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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