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Sunday, 26 April 2015

More Morels . . . . . . .

Many thanks for the directions Philip, managed to find the black morels you mentioned - not the sort of place you bump into though is it? Also plenty of a sp. of  Coprinus, which I will check the spores on later. Also near one black morel was a mass of  eyelash fungi (Scutellinia sp.) Peter Thompson describes S. pseudotrechispora as " Found growing in woods, on damp often peaty soil of woodland rides and sometimes in wheel ruts" which could fit the bill, the spore sizes and shape match as well.

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