Reasonably common this unidentified fungi was growing in a grassy patch with underlying moss.

This group of fungi show how one species can look different as it grows older and larger.  Colour and shape changes, along with the texture of the cap’s surface. I found this group growing in an area which was primarily grass, but as you can see in the photograph, some underlying moss was also present. This suggests moist ground.  I took this photograph on 18 June 2015.

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