This is a striking and common species found mainly in coniferous woodland either singly but more commonly in small troops from Summer till late Autumn.
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|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Sepia Bolete||Boletus porosporus||
This small Bolete is found growing singly or in small groups during Autumn in deciduous... more
|Yellowdrop Milk Cap||Lactarius chrysorrheus||
A medium sized fungus with a salmon-pink cap and gills that exude milk found growing solitary or... more
|Clustered Toughshank||Collybia confluena||
This species of fungus is found in dense clumps in deciduous and coniferous woodland and it's... more
|Artist's Bracket||Ganoderma applanatum||
More or less flat, semi-circular, margin acute, often pallid, grey-brown, umber or cocoa-... more
|Elastic Saddle||Helvella elastica||
With their irregularly shaped saddles and pale stems, Helvella elastica fungi are commonly found... more