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Calloria neglecta

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Found at Waterthorpe



Found on dead stems of stinging nettles
· Date: Mon April 24, 2006 · Views: 722 · Filesize: 177.4kb · Dimensions: 800 x 599 ·
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Ollie

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Mon April 24, 2006 6:51pm

Just gows to show John, the untrained eye would have walked past these without giving them a second glance. Amazing

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Originally Posted by Ollie


Just gows to show John, the untrained eye would have walked past these without giving them a second glance. Amazing

Ollie



Too right Ollie. I've learnt a lot since knowing Neil. A real eye-opener so to speak



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Tue April 25, 2006 9:24am

Ollies so right..I say I've never seen any Fungi at Clumber, I've probably seen loads of it, but never realised..Spot on close up shot John.

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Originally Posted by glsammy


Ollies so right..I say I've never seen any Fungi at Clumber, I've probably seen loads of it, but never realised..Spot on close up shot John.



Once the season doesn't involve crawling through wet undergrowth we'll have our fun day out at Clumber Graham. You need to teach me about shooting birds



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Originally Posted by Ollie


Just gows to show John, the untrained eye would have walked past these without giving them a second glance. Amazing

Ollie





Hee hee in fact so many people might pass it by, it might start to feel Calloria 'neglected' !



Very striking image, drew me in from the thumbnail for a closer look. I'm sure I've seen something like this before, at least maybe now I'll have a better idea as to what it is!

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Originally Posted by Ollie


Just gows to show John, the untrained eye would have walked past these without giving them a second glance. Amazing

Ollie



Hee hee in fact so many people might pass it by, it might start to feel Calloria 'neglected' !

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Just saw your comment Gill ... had to laugh

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