Tuesday Treat: Heathland Fungi

3rd November, Fritton Woods aka Waveney Forest, loads of fungi, too many to show you here. So I’ve selected a few. Enjoy. BTW I only name when I’m sure of the ID (which isn’t often)

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The next three fungi all belong to the earth-ball/puff-ball family

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These next two fungi are very common at Fritton

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Possibly an oysterling

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And no mistaking the final two: Amanita muscaria aka Fly Agaric. BTW the rain washes the spots off

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3 Nov 2021

I could show you so many more but that’s all for now folks. Hope you enjoyed

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11 Responses to Tuesday Treat: Heathland Fungi

  1. Cheers to your joy for capturing these fascinating life forms.

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  2. Frank says:

    Very pretty! Anything edible? Looks like you had a lovely day.

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  3. Brian Bixby says:

    I think the top one is named “Algernon,” but he finds it embarrassing, so he goes by “Fred.” πŸ™‚

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  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    It just amazes me all the different shapes and formats. Fungi is such a versatile life form, it’s simply amazing. 😊

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