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|Monday 28th October 2019, 17:05||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2007
More help with fungi please
Seen today in a Worcestershire woodland:
1 & 2 under oak and beech
3 I believe is a Lycogala slime mould species
4 under pines with oaks nearby
5 I thought was lilac bonnet but it doesn't look right
Any help gratefully received.
|Tuesday 29th October 2019, 02:18||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: West Sussex
1 - Coprinellus sp. - I'd imagine it's probably C.micaceus with the veil washed off. Everything is wet in your photo which indicates recent rain :)
2 - Cortinarius sp., in the decipiens group
3 - Yes, spot on. I'm a bit rusty with slime moulds but L.terrestre might be a good fit
4 - Clitocybe sp.
5 - I think it's pink enough to call it M.rosea....
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