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Fungus Foray - 20th October 2007

People gathered at the Community Centre

Other 40 people (and 3 dogs) gathered at the Community centre on this beautiful autumn afternoon to accompany Mike Waterman to the church yard, Little Meadow and Flashetts to look for fungi.

Despite the relatively dry weather we found fungi in all three sites and found 19 different species in total.



Agrocybe praecox
Galerina hypnorum
Hebeloma crustuliniforme, Poison pie
Lepista nuda, Wood blewit Lepista nuda
Phlebia tremellosa (previously Merulius tremellosus)
Pluteus salicinus
Stropharia aeruginosa, Verdigris agaric
Armillaria mellea, honey fungus Honey fungus
Calocera cornea Calocera cornea
Coprinus atramentarius, Smooth ink cap
Coprinus disseminatus, Fairies' bonnets Coprinus disseminatus
Coprinus micaceus, Glistening ink cap
Crepidotus variabilis Crepidotus variabilis
Daedaleopsis confragosa, Blushing bracket Daedaleopsis confragosa
Laccaria laccata, the Deceiver Laccaria laccatachange colour when wet/dry
Mycena galericulata, Bonnet mycena
Psathyrella piluliformis, (previously Psathyrella hydrophila)
Trametes versicolor (previously Coriolus versicolor), Many-zoned polypore
Xylaria hypoxylon, Candle snuff fungus Xylaria hypoxylon
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