Species Archive: Unidentified Flora

Greenish-yellow lichen growing on dead stick

Greenish-yellow lichen growing on dead stick (15-20mm across)(7 November 2005)

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Unidentified Fungus

Stereum rameale? on rotting tree trunk.(7 November 2005)

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Unidentified Fungus

White/greyish caps 4-7cm(7 November 2005)

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Unidentified Fungus

~10cm(7 November 2005)

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Unidentified Fungus

Lactarius sp.?   ~10cmLots of these about, looking like soggy discarded burger buns.(7 November 2005)

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Unidentified Fungus

Variable sizes up to ~6cm, growing individually or in loose neat clusters in shady woodland locations.(!6 October 2005)

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Small pinky-white fungus

Small pinky-white fungus growing on willow bark. 1-3 cm across.(15 October 2005)

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Unidentified Fungus

Approx 7-8cm across, with distinctive smooth milky appearance, growing in woodland.(15 October 2005)

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Unidentified Fungus

Mushrooms growing in lawn. Caps opened out into almost flat mexican hats with pale edges.(9 October 2005) Same as above. Photograph of underside showing gills and revealing white spores.(9 October 2005)

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Unidentified Fungus

Cluster of small dark shiny caps (1-2cm) appeared in lawn one morning. By afternoon the caps had become dull with a sooty appearance. By next day it was virtually gone.(9 October 2005)

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