The Rosy Bonnet Mycena rosea took me by surprise in Horton Wood yesterday, popping up through the remains of the bluebells.
This pair looked rather cute. You can see the 'uniform pink tones' and slightly club-shaped ('clavate') stem base, which I believe is indicative of M. rosea.
Here you can see the pale pink gills with a distinctive 'sinuate' gill attachment.
The strong radishy smell of M rosea was coming through loud and clear.
For the record
Date: 26 May 2018
Location: Horton Wood, Small Dole
Grid reference: TQ208127 (site centroid)
Record entered into FRDBI 07/09/2018