Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Pont Felin Gat

The Wildlife Volunteers at Pont Felin Gat.

Today the wildlife volunteers @ The National Botanic Gardens organised a short fungus foray in Pont Felin Gat woods. The surrounding area will shortly be the subject of a major landscape project to restore the garden grounds to how it looked in its glory days. However the woods, mostly beech, are currently an excellent area for fungi and so let us hope that all the alterations will be done sympathetically.






Some of the fungi found are shown below:


Tawny Funnel
Perhaps Clustered Toughshank?



A small fairy ring in the woods.
Porcelain Fungus



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