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Any ideas? The host tree was almost completely dead and more ivy than tree, so hard to tell what species. It was most likely either and Ash or an Oak judging by its neighbours. There was a Castanea nearby also, but that appears to be an odd one out.

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Looks close. Stems aren't as thick on my ones though.

That's a cool website either way. If you were any way mycologically inclines, showing the spores under a microscope is pretty cool.

Whatever happened to the Arbtalk Fungi Directory?

 

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1 hour ago, scottythepinetree said:



Whatever happened to the Arbtalk Fungi Directory?

 

im actually half way through migrating all the old data onto this site, just needs further development work that I haven't got the time for at present.

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I don't think it's sulphur tuft as they don't have little groves in the cap and I would expect the gills at that age to be more green.

 

Funnily enough I've realised that a large crop of fungi growing in my chicken run is Coprinellus micaceus but they are beigey brown rather than yellow.

 

Are you able to get any more pictures when the caps have aged?

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32 minutes ago, Paul in the woods said:

I don't think it's sulphur tuft as they don't have little groves in the cap and I would expect the gills at that age to be more green.

 

Funnily enough I've realised that a large crop of fungi growing in my chicken run is Coprinellus micaceus but they are beigey brown rather than yellow.

 

Are you able to get any more pictures when the caps have aged?

I'm rarely in that area. I'll make a point of stopping by that tree if I am nearby in the near future though.

 

2 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

im actually half way through migrating all the old data onto this site, just needs further development work that I haven't got the time for at present.

Good to know that it's not forgotten. It was a useful little resource.

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