Tuesday Treat: A Fist (or two) Full of Fungi

A small selection of the fungi we found at Whitlingham on 28th October.

I give you the best first. Parrot Wax Cap… yay! so happy to find

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Jelly Ear…

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Beefsteak Fungus. I think the deer have nibbled it

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Dead Man’s Fingers…

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And here a stump playing host to so many…

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There were more but I think too much fungi could give you indigestion. Hope you enjoyed.

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21 Responses to Tuesday Treat: A Fist (or two) Full of Fungi

  1. Thanks for sharing the wonderful collection of the humorous males of the season.

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  2. Sadje says:

    These are amazing. Thanks for sharing

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  3. Frank says:

    Very pretty! who would have thought fungi {what an ugly name} could be so beautiful! Thank you!

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  4. Dale says:

    WOW! Jeez… I’m happy when I can spot two or three varieties! This is amazing. Beautiful shots.

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  5. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Wow, so many different types, I’ve never seen dead mans fingers before. I love this series, it’s absolutely fascinating

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  6. You know I love a good mushroom pic!!!

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