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fungi walk, species list now added

Post by tony » Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:49 am

Had a search for fungi last night, around the empty reservoir at white coppice, along the goit, to watermans cottage.
38 species now identified.
Full list will be added to this post tonight.
Also saw a tawny owl on the way back to the car.
Full list:
boletus edulis - cep,
boletus luridiformis - scarletina,
boletus badius - bay bolete,
boletus lanatus - suede bolete,
buchwaldoboletus piperatus - peppery bolete,
leccinum versipelle - orange birch bolete,
leccinum holopus - ghost bolete,
leccinum scabrum - brown birch bolete,
xerocomus chrysenteron - red cracked bolete,
lactarius quietus - oakbug milkcap,
lactarius turpis - ugly milkcap,
russula xyanoxantia - charcoal burner,
russula ochroleuca - common yellow russula,
russula atropurpurea - purple brittlegill,
amanita muscaria - fly agaric,
amanita rubescens - the blusher,
amanita pantherina - panthercap,
amanita fulva - tawny grisette,
amanita vaginata - grisette,
hygrocybe coccinea - scarlet waxcap,
hygrocybe conica - blackening waxcap,
hygrocybe glutinipes - glutinous waxcap,
hygrocybe psittacina - parrot waxcap,
tricholoma fulvum - birch knight,
laccaria laccata - the deceiver,
clitopilus prunulus - the miller,
paxilus involutus - brown rollrim,
hebeloma crustuliniforme - poisonpie,
stropharia semiglobata - dung roundhead,
panaeolus sphinctrinus - petticoat mottlegill,
clavulina cinerea - grey coral,
daedaleopsis confragosa - blushing bracket,
trametes versicolor - turkeytail,
scleroderma citrinum - common earthball,
geoglossum cookeanum - earthtongue,
aleuria aurantia - orange peel fungus,
hypholoma fasciculare - sulphur tuft.
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Post by Dave » Thu Sep 01, 2011 10:55 am

Fab Tony look forward to seeing your list , well be going to coppice this week so it give us an idea whats about :)
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Post by tony » Thu Sep 01, 2011 12:47 pm

Dave
Well worth a visit with the camera.
We found a cep and the cap was bigger than my head, very fresh too.
Unfortunately it, or should I say part of it, is being eaten today, because they are delicious.
Lots of orange birch boletes, ghost boletes and fly agarics in fabulous condition to mention a few.
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Post by tony » Fri Sep 02, 2011 8:06 am

The full list of species can now be viewed.
Sorry it was later than I said but I was IDing the last few species last
night after the committee meeting.
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Post by Dave » Fri Sep 02, 2011 12:09 pm

Impressive Tony, thanks :)
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Post by Joyce Riley » Sat Sep 03, 2011 5:48 pm

Thanks for the list Tony. I hope some last until 17th September!

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