Fossombronia pusilla, Pelenna Forest track
Galerina vittiformis with Dicranum scoparium. Note deeply sulcate cap.
Galerina sphagnorum in marshy grassland. Habitat and mottled stem are good indicators
Arrhenia is a small genus of species that grow in grassland and heathland usually associated with bryophytes. Some occur on sand dunes, notably A. spathulata, which is fairly common on Kenfig Dunes. Arrhenia griseopallida is a widespread species of dry, mossy grassland and lawns.
Arrhenia griseopallida. Note funnel shaped cap.
Rickenella fibula is one of the most common bryophilous species in Britain. It has a tiny yellowish fruiting body which often grows among woodland floor bryophytes - it looks a little like a very small Bonnet (Mycena species).