Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Magpie Inkcaps and Hedgehog Fungi at Ebernoe

Magpie Inkcap, Coprinus picaceus
I visited Ebernoe Common many times in October and have taken thousands of photos of fungi. The early, middle and late stages of a fungus can look quite different, and their condition varies, so I post some photos on www.ispotnature.org hoping that knowledgeable enthusiasts can point me in the right direction.

October 10th:
Ebernoe Common:
Amethyst Deceiver, Laccaria amethystina 
Beech Jellydisc, Neobulgaria pura

Beech Jellydiscs
Beechwood Sickener, Russula nobilis

Cep, Boletus edulis

Common Earthball, Scleroderma citrinum

Garlic Parachute, Marasmius alliaceus

Golden Spindles, Clavulinopsis fusiformis

Golden Spindles

Green Elfcups, Chlorociboria aeruginascens agg.

Green Elfcups

Green Elfcups

Hedgehog Fungus, Hydnum repandum

Hedgehog Fungus
Lumpy Bracket, Trametes gibbosa

Magpie Inkcap, Coprinus picaceus:
without flash
with flash

Mamillate Plait-moss, Hypnum andoi

Mamillate Plait-moss

Porcelain Fungus, Oudemansiella mucida

Porcelain Fungus

Rosy Crust, Peniophora incarnata

Rosy Crust

Saffrondrop Bonnet, Mycena crocata

Saffrondrop Bonnet

Scrambled Egg Slime Mould, Fuligo septica var. candida

Shaggy Scalycap, Pholiota squarrosa

Shaggy Scalycaps
Silky Rosegill, Volvariella bombycina
Slime Mould, Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa var. fruticulosa

Slime Mould, Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa var. fruticulosa

Stump Puffballs, Lycoperdon pyriforme

Stump Puffballs

tree growing round fallen tree
Wrinkled Crust, Phlebia radiata

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