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These two tiny mushrooms were growing in the yard. Since I am not versed in fungi, I had to look them up. These tiny guys are called Coprinus plicatilis or …

I was surprised to see a fairly wide variety of fungi up in the woods the other day after quite a lengthy warm, dry spell. Not sure what the first one is but…

...that is the question. In a stomp around the castle the other day we spotted these fine specimens. They are Scarlet Elf Cup which are not that common in…

On my eveningwalk yesterday, I was looking for mushrooms. Nope, not much to find, Untill I found this bunch, they were not pretty but had some nice…

Try saying that after a few beers! For me, almost as much fun as finding edible mushrooms is the opportunity to take photos of the amazing clumps of fungi that…

Behind the castle in the hills above the village are some beautiful deciduous woods, mostly a mix of oak, beech and birch and I thought I would go for a stomp…

Standing there on a corner looking like nothing, like something dirty that must be cleansed. Wrong, look at it grow in that dusty forgotten corner

Turkey tail (Trametes versicolor) is a species of fungus that closely resembles—you guessed it—a turkey’s tail. As a bracket fungus, named because of its…
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