|Yellow Stainer, Agaricus xanthodermus|
The weather recently has not been conducive to other activities so I continued my pursuit of fungi. On November 21st I checked out Woods Mill reserve near small Dole which has in the past provided me with quite a few new species, but this time I found just one - a Yellow Stainer.
I then visited Pulborough Brooks and scoured the heathland and the reserve where I found several new ones - Yellow Brain, Purplepore Bracket, Root Rot and Lilac Bonnet.
Most fungi are very difficult to identify and many of my new ones have been named by people with considerable expertise on iSpot to whom I am very grateful.
|a stormy day on November 22|
|Fool's-water-cress, Apium nodiflorum|
|King Alfred's Cake, Daldinia concentrica|
|Artist's Bracket, Ganoderma applanatum|
|Ash Bark Beetle tunnels on log, Hylesinus varius|
|Birch Polypore, Piptoporus betulinus|
|unidentified bracket fungi on birch|
|unidentified bracket fungi|
|unidentified bracket fungus|
|brittlestem fungi, Psathyrella species|
|Common Earthball, Scleroderma citrinum|
|lichen, Ochrolechia parella|
|Lilac Bonnets, Mycena pura|
|Purplepore Bracket, Trichaptum abietinum|
|Root Rot, Heterobasidion annosum|
|Sulphur Tuft, Hypholoma fasciculare|
|Yellow Brain fungus, Tremella mesenterica|