This little guy whas on my washingpole in the garden.
Found at the edge of a path in the forest. It has five leafs organized in a star shape, where each leaf seems split in two.
I crawled the entire dutch fungi app that I use, but am still unable to find a close match.
Dutch family name: Schietmot.
Linnaeus name: Mystacides Azureus
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(I am not sure about the ID, suggestions are welcome)
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