Key to the fungi
The Observant Walker
Bright yellow all over, more or less funnel-shaped. Gills are forking wrinkles. In quantity, smell of apricots.
Orange or yellowy-orange. Gills soft and flexible. Entire fruiting body rather flaccid. Cap edge often white.
Cap brown and matt. Gills grey or yellow, stem yellow/brown. Cap with . Entire fruiting body long and thin. Grows in cluster.
Long tube-like funnel. Black on the inside of the tube/funnel. The outside is grey and very vaguely wrinkled. Clustering.
Large, pale grey/buff. Usually highly symmetrical. Broad grooves on cap edge. In small troops.
In grassland. Small, completely white or buff-white. Often in rings.
In grassland. Pale orange, gills paler still. Often in rings.
In grassland. Shallowly decurrent gills. Cap various colours, whitish to buff/brown pink.