the first Deceiver (Laccaria laccata) of the year for me, just a solitary one,
but i'm sure there will be many more coming up soon, as there are usually hundreds of them in this spot
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spotted this one on some old horse droppings on one of the paths this morning, a solitary specimen, with quite a distinctive ring on the stem, I think it is Panaeolus semiovatus or Egghead Mottlegill, Panaeolus semiovatus 1.JPG Panaeolus semiovatus 2.JPG Panaeolus semiovatus 3.JPG Panaeolus semiovat...
spotted this tny fungus among the leaf litter this morning, which I think may be one of the Marasmius family, but no idea which one it could be, size about 10mm across the cap, Mareasmius species 1.JPG Mareasmius species 2.JPG Mareasmius species 3.JPG Mareasmius species 4.JPG Mareasmius species 5.JPG
- August 10th, 2019, 8:27 pm
- Forum: fungi with gills
- Topic: Psathyrella candolleana
- Replies: 4
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from this evenings dog walk, found at the edge of the wood on a path I don't normally use (lots of branches down in the woods on my usual route, so I chose another route along the edge of the wood) lots of these which i'm almost certain are Psathyrell candolean, scattered along the edge of the wood,...