Inocybe albovestita E. Horak

This species has a dense covering of woolly white fibrils covering the red-brown stipe. The cap is pale brown to umber brown, with a width of 15–40 mm. It splits towards the margin as it ages. Found under beech.

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Inocybe amygdalina (E. Horak) Garrido

A small light to medium brown species. The cap is striate, diam. up to 25 mm. This species has the smell of bitter almonds. Grows under tea tree.

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Inocybe cerea E. Horak

The yellow colour of the cap with a darker centre and a covering of fibrils when young are distinguishing features of this species. Cap diam: to 30 mm. Found under beech.

Inocybe destruens E. Horak

A small medium brown species with a cap covered in scales and squamules. Cap diam: to 20 mm. Found under beech.

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Inocybe graveolens (E. Horak) Garrido

This species is pale beige to light brown with a reddish tint towards the centre of the cap. Cap diam: to 35 mm. It has a spermatic odour. The stipe is whitish turning reddish brown and has a marginate bulb at the base. Found under tea tree.

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Inocybe horakomyces Garrido

This beige to hazel brown species is found in beech forests. The cap is very fibrillose, striate and splits towards the edge. Cap diam: up to 50 mm. Gills are grey to beige. The stipe is whitish becoming pale brown and is bulbous.

Inocybe luteobulbosa E. Horak

A light brown to yellow-brown species with a densely scaly cap. Cap diam: to 35 mm. The stipe is bulbous or clavate. Found under beech.

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Inocybe scabriuscula E. Horak

This species can be quite variable but is generally yellow-brown to golden brown, has a scaly cap and yellow-brown scales towards the base of the stipe. Cap diam: to 40 mm. Found under beech.

Inocybe scissa (E. Horak) Garrido

This species is creamy-yellow to ochraceous with a darker centre and with splits towards the margin. Cap diam: up to 40 mm. The whitish stipe has a marginate bulb at the base. Found under beech.

Inocybe strobilomyces E. Horak

This species can be up to 45-50mm diameter. Both the cap and the stipe have a "shaggy" appearance. Found under beech.

Inocybe umbrosa E. Horak

A small dark brown species covered in fibrils. Cap diam: to 25 mm. The stipe has a red-brown tinge covered with white powdery granules. Found under beech.

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fungi index

Inocybealbovestita0856a
Inocybealbovestita9a
Inocybedestruens4a
Inocybeluteobulbosa01
Inocybeluteobulbosa02
Inocybestrobilomyces2copy
Inocybestrobilomyces9a
Inocybeumbrosa6
Inocybescissa1