Ashlawn fungi by Phil Parr
The autumn is often the best time to find fungi and a number of visits were made to see what was showing towards the end of 2014.
The ground was quite warm but perhaps a bit too dry to encourage a lot to show, however local expert David Champion did come up with a few most interesting examples.
See the pictures – most are David’s
White Spindles - Clavaria Fragilis Vermicularis D Champion
Bolbitius Vitellinus - Yellow Fieldcap on wood-chip pat
Hare'sfoot Inkcap - Coprinus Lagopus on woodchip, D. Champion
species to be determined, D Champion
Amethyst deceiver -Laccaria amathysta. D Champion
Bitter poisonpie - Hebeloma sinapizans, D Champion
Sulphur Trichloma - Trichloma sulphureum, D Champion
Lycoperdon excipuliformis P. Parr
Blushing brackets Daedaliopsis confragosa, P Parr
poss. Variable Oysterling Crepidotus variabilis, P Parr
Candle Snuff Fungi, P Parr