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   Marasmius pulcherripes

Caps are tiny (4-12 mm across), convex to bell-shaped, smooth, dry, radially-grooved, bright pinkish brown to red-brown. Flesh thin, reviving when wet. Gills are attached, whitish, narrow, well-separated.  Stalks are up to 5 cm tall, wiry, black. Spore prints are  white. Widespread but uncommon, it fruits on the ground in mixed woods and is recognized amongst Marasmius species by its colour.

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Marasmius rotula   -    Pinwheel Marasmius