Apologies needed, Lepiota magnispora
Many thanks to Morphene who has brought to my attention a misidentification of this mushroom. i was attracted by the fringe on the cap’s circumference. Stranger common names, Shaggy-stalked Parasol and Yellowfoot Dapperling. Sorry, no idea where those names came from.
Lepiota magnispora is a beautiful woodland species easily recognized by its coarsely scaled, yellowish-brown cap, appendiculate margin, shaggy stipe, free gills and white spore print. Unlike many Lepiotas, the partial veil does not form a well developed annulus.
For years this species was misidentified locally as Lepiota clypeolaria. The two species are similar macroscopically, with L. magnispora having a darker disk to the pileus. They have distinct microscopic features.