Hebeloma crustuliniforme PoisonPie
Caps are 4-6 cm across, slippery to dry, smooth, convex to flat, with a low knob, red-brown at the centre, and fading to pallid at margin. Flesh is white and bitter. Gills are attached, close, white to cinnamon-brown, with toothed edge, and beaded with droplets in humid weather. Stalks are up to 8 cm tall by 15 mm broad, cottony-hairy, and white. Ring is absent. Spore prints are ochre to pale brown. It fruits on the ground in open woods. Poisonous.
Photo: Greg Thorn