Monday 29 October 2018

Wrinkled Peach and Flame Shield in fungi wood

Flame Shield, Pluteus aurantiorugosus
My good friend Mark took me to see some amazing fungi in a West Sussex woodland today. I was pleased to see five new species for my galleries, including the lovely Wrinkled Peach (Rhodotus palmatus) and Flame Shield (Pluteus aurantiorugosus).
Fenugreek Stalkball, Phleogena faginea

Flame Shield, Pluteus aurantiorugosus

Flea’s Ear, Chlorencoelia versiformis

Flea’s Ear
Fly Agaric, Amanita muscaria

Fly Agaric

Hen of the Woods, Grifola frondosa

Hen of the Woods

Holly, Ilex aquifolium

Stump Puffballs, Lycoperdon pyriforme

Stump Puffballs
Tiered Tooth, Hericium cirrhatum

Tiered Tooth

Wrinkled Peach, Rhodotus palmatus

Wrinkled Peach