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Some of day's fungal discoveries...........

 

Geastrum sp (possibly G. triplex)

 

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Helvella crispa

 

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Lots of Fistulina hepatica about 

 

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Inonotus hispidus

 

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mycorrhizas associating with birch, including Russula rosea and an as yet unidentified white thing with decurrent gills?

 

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and The relatively rare Podoscypha multizonata going nuts on the roots of a line of oaks.

 

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4 of the podo's around this particular tree (below), with another couple on two other oaks further down the line.

 

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Fungal blooms from the New Forest

 

Sparassis crispa, Amanita sp, Lactarius sp, Phaeolus schweinitzii, Leccinum scabrum, Oudemansiella mucida, Daedalea quercina, Ischnoderma resinosum, Fomitopsis pinicola.

 

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Spotted some nice examples today while out with the dog
Fistulina 4c5ad5315578a63144d18a52d5ab82c3.jpg1d73ffb8f5ba8d5be09db7e40a521e6a.jpg
Shaggy pholiote, (something like that)
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plenty of lovely gano applanatum
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And what I think is a small. Dryad saddle 0531a3257b9e365c818a1a61bf4b785c.jpg

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10 minutes ago, Gray git said:

Spotted some nice examples today while out with the dog
Fistulina 4c5ad5315578a63144d18a52d5ab82c3.jpg1d73ffb8f5ba8d5be09db7e40a521e6a.jpg
Shaggy pholiote, (something like that)
f14a31b043e99080c47db2e731460d03.jpg284048ff1efce221c2cd6268f3753371.jpg
plenty of lovely gano applanatum
86f7628fa1368b049ab735a186f42382.jpga4e0ef0e5c1aa6f17f36fb8479310772.jpg
And what I think is a small. Dryad saddle 0531a3257b9e365c818a1a61bf4b785c.jpg

Cracking images Mr Git, particularly like the developing

dryads saddle 

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