This mushroom was seen amongst the Horseshoe Vetch and probably the same species next to a Rabbit latrine (photograph on the far right above) on the lower slopes of Mill Hill. The cap diameter of his mushroom was estimated at 55 mm.
first three mushrooms may be different from the ones below and have not
been identified. (I was satisfied that they were the same species. The
one with the orange gills may be different? Entoloma
sericeum? or Entoloma sericellum?)
first mushroom/toadstool was found picked discarded at the southern end
of the lower slopes of Mill
Hill. All the other pictures were of a second fungus at the northern
After the rain, a couple of mushrooms and the Nostuc commune was there as expected. Again the mushrooms (illustrated above) were tricky to identify. The gills were greyish-white but similar (not necessarily the same species) mushrooms have been seen with black gills on the upper part of Mill Hill before. There was no sign of a ring around the stem. The cap was about the size of a commercial mushroom, an estimated 55 mm in diameter.
bloxamii, certainly not Agrocybe
BioImages image link for this species
ID by Malcolm Storey (BioImages) on the Fungi of the British Isles (Yahoo Group)
Fungi of Mill Hill