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…for your fast response and the link to another photos of Hygrocybe caespitosa – the figure of the fruitbodies reminds me to Craterellus tubaeformis. Very interesting, because I don’t know the species from Europe. I also compared my photos of Chrysomphalina grossula with the Hygrocbe: the fb have yellow lamellae and no fine scaly surface on top.
Did the fruitodies grow on buried wood? Because they looks very similar to Chrysomphalina grossula.
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