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Wednesday, 7 September 2016
This waxcap was found at the NBGW in Cae Brwyn , on top of the small steep bank on the RHS just after the gate, The field was playing host to a herd of Welsh Black Cattle and a large flock of sheep so only a quick foray was possible. My limited knowledge suggests it may be a Golden Waxcap , Hygrocybe chlorophana but a second opinion is needed. The cap was about 3.5 to 4 inches . The stem appeared to be made up of three or four stems welded together and very fibrous. Any ideas?