A small and attractive fungi which generally has a sessile (stemless) attachment, forming kidney or shell shapes on the substrate. Semicircular or almost perfect circle shapes may occur depending on where they are attached. The cap is felty, often lobed, white in colour to begin with turning ochraceous as it matures. The gills radiate from the point of attachment and are white at first turning to buff.
Native, common and widespread throughout Britain.
Cap 0.5-2 cm in diameter
When to see it
August to December.
Where to see it
On dead twigs in deciduous and mixed woodland.
Agaricales (Gilled mushrooms)