(Syn. Bertrandia astatogala)
This is known as a “blackening” waxgill. It is difficult to see amongst the leaf litter. It starts off as a yellowish, orange-red or greenish colour under the black fibrils but goes almost completely black with age or if bruised. Cap diam: up to 35 mm. This is possibly a complex of several species but further molecular studies are required.
An introduced species, it starts as a bright orange-red when young then goes black. Cap diam: up to 30 mm.
It is found on lawns and street verges growing amongst grass.