Fibrous Waxcap - Hygrocybe intermedia
Conical then expanding, sometimes lobed, surface dry and fibrous, centre scurfy, red then orange or orange-yellow, to about 6 cm across. Gills are only partly attached or free, whitish to pale yellow, thick, edge sometimes serrated.
In unimproved grassland.
A widespread but not particularly common species in Britain.
Rare in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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