Fig 1
CAP: 2-3cm in diameter.  Starting conical becoming more bell-shaped. Bay brown becoming lighter when dry. The cap margin overhangs slightly and seems scalloped in appearance. STIPE: White becoming browner towards the base. GILLS/PORES: White at first then turning pinkish. Adnate. FLESH: Thin and white with no definite smell or taste. SPORES: White, ovoid and amyloid. HABITAT: Trooping in dense groups on oak stumps. SEASON: Common.   Late summer to late autumn. EDIBILITY: Inedible.

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