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This species of Lichenomphalia is similar to L. alpina (described elsewhere) but differs in the yellow-brown, straw or almost white colouration of the fruiting body (note: never lemon yellow). Generally, it occupies similar habitats to L. alpina but it will also grow on rotting wood, tussock grasses and in Sphagnum pools.
Original text submitted by Vince J. Giavarini