Wrinkled Peach - Rhodotus palmatus
The cap is pinky peach coloured, wrinkled and measures up to about 8cm across, convex at first and then flattened. The gills are also pink
On Elm logs
Found in autumn and early winter.
Infrequent in Britain and only where dead Elm is found.
Occasional in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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