Collared Parachute - Marasmius rotula
A small fungus, the cap less than 5 cm across, convex, centrally flattened and ribbed like a parachute with the margin scalloped, whitish, sometimes dark brown in the depressed centre. Gills whitish cream, attached to a collar free of the stem.
Deciduous woods, growing on dead twigs and leaves.
Found from summer until winter
Common throughout Britain
Common in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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