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Entolomataceae Gallery

The Pinkgills (Entoloma species) are good indicators of grassland quality, and they frequently pop up alongside waxcaps (Hygrocybe species); however, there are also several woodland Entoloma fungi, and their close relative The Miller (Clitopilus prunulus) is also a woodland-edge mushroom.

For more information about the family Entolomatacae and a deeper insight into the ecology and structure of the Entoloma and related species featured in our Entolomataceae Gallery pages, please see Pat O'Reilly's latest book Fascinated by Fungi, author-signed copies of which are available online here...

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