A small, grey-brown fungus that has a broad, conical cap found growing in small troops on rotted stumps and branches of deciduous trees and occasionally coniferous wood.
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|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Spring Agaric||Agaricus bitorquis||
A medium to large Agaric often found in trooping groups on sandy soil, favouring manure sites.... more
|Lacquered Bracket||Ganoderma lucidum||
This bracket is found in broadleaf woodland especially on Chestnut and Oak tree. The upper... more
|Black Bulgar||Bulgaria inquinans||
Fruit body 1-4cms across. rubbery globose , the margins tightly inrolled when young, brownish,... more
|Wrinkled Peach||Rhodotus palmatus||
A medium sized, pale-pink fungus that has a wrinkled cap and is found in broadleaf woodland ... more
|St George's Mushroom||Calocybe gambosa||
Appearing in April, Calocybe gambosa has the common name St George's Mushroom. It is a good... more