A medium to large fungus with a whitish, scaly cap found growing solitary or in clusters on dead and sometimes on treated conifer wood.
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|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Snowy Inkcap||Coprinus niveus||
A fragile fungus found growing either solitary or in small groups on cow or horse manure and... more
|Wood Bolete||Buchwaldoboletus lignicola||
A rare Boletus that grows on Conifer substrates. This species exhibits a gelatinous cuticle and... more
|Peeling Oysterling||Crepidotus mollis||
Crepidotus mollis - try gently pulling a fresh cap apart, sideways - there is a rubbery '... more
|Green Russula||Russula virescens||
A medium to large Russula that has a pale green cap with dark patches, found growing solitary or... more
|Parasitic Bolete||Pseudoboletus parasiticus||
An unmistakable species due to its habit of parasitizing common earth balls, scleroderma.