A small, pure white fungus with a bell-shaped cap found growing solitary or in small troops in mixed woodland and beneath hedgerows.
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|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Yellowdrop Milk Cap||Lactarius chrysorrheus||
A medium sized fungus with a salmon-pink cap and gills that exude milk found growing solitary or... more
|Green Elfcup||Chlorociboria aeruginascens||
Initially shaped like a goblet with a very short stem, the fruit bodies flatten with age and... more
|Common Jellyspot||Dacrymyces stillatus||
A small yellowish-orange, gelatinous, cushion-shaped fungus commonly found growing in dense... more
|Orange Grisette||Amanita crocea||
This lovely fungus is distinguished by a thick, white volva, faint zigzag white-and-orange stem... more
|Deer Shield||Pluteus cervinus||
Spores. broadly ellipsoid .spore print pink. Cystifia fusoid, with thickened walls and crowned... more