This is an often massive fungi that has a creamish white cap covered in thick fragments of veil, very often with veil fragments hanging off the cap edge. The gills are crowded, pale cream and the... More
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Encyclopedia of British Fungi
|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Wild Dry-Rot||Serpula himantioides||
Photo on old conifer log at Sherwood Pines in Notts
|Lycogala epidendrum||Lycogala epidendrum||
Although many slime mould species fruit on wood, slime moulds do not form a penetrating and... more
|Encoelia furfuracea||Encoelia furfuracea||
A small, saucer shaped, tan or hazel coloured fungus found usually densely clustered on living... more
|Leopard Earthball||Scleroderma aerolatum||
A yellowish hard, brown round fungus that is attached by thick rooting strands, found in small... more
|Blue Roundhead||Stropharia caerulea||
A bluish-green to yellow-green fungus found in grassland from late Summer until Autumn.