Monday, 8 January 2018

Sorry it's been a while!





12/10/17
Tremella steidleri

Sandbanks finds...                                                      

01/10/17
Lycoperdon sp.
02/10/17
Clitocybe sp.



14/10/17
Physarum polycephalum.
Growing over a tremella sp. Or feeding off it???
14/10/17
It was over 50 cm in length.




26/10/17
Muciliago crustacea.
03/11/17
Tremella sp. I had hoped was the lesser recorded one,
 my microscopy skills (not good) seemed to
show it was the common one.
30/10/17
Psilocybe semilanceata.



24/11/17
Still not sure what this was after going in
 lots of circles in the book as well as on the ground!!



24/11/17
From right hand side to left with Mattie modelling for scale!
Gets bigger every year. 





24/11/17
Ink caps. 
24/11/17
Really tall Jelly baby. 




24/11/17
Wood blewit. 



24/11/17
Earth tongue. 


               
28/11/17
Some more funnels.
05/01/18
Bright slime mould.













25/11/17
                         
                   This skink horn lasted well over a month.
                Maybe due to the cold weather?
                  Normally they are gone in a few days.
01/01/18


09/11/17
Mysterious orange blobs appeared?
24/11/17
Two weeks later, these appeared.
Oysterling? 














1 comment:

  1. Thanks Emily -- I had not looked at Blog for a few days -- a splendid lot.
    1)Lycoperdon sp I think perlatum -- a group of spines meet at a point but none have rubbed off so 'pearl' pattern does not show. 2)? 3)T steidleri -- is this from same Sandbanks log? 4) slime Physarum sp. I don't see polycephalum on Brit list (Australia and USA) but I do not know these so ??? Ing says the plasmodial stage will ingest bacteria, protozoans,yeasts,algal cells and sometimes fungal mycelia. I think these are eating stuff on surface of fungus rather than the Tremella. Good picture. 9,10)a huge ring (? a pic of gills/stipe might help). Could this be Clitocybe nebularis? 13) what a long stipe for Leotia lubrica! 14)this is fascinating1 I don't think black like a Geoglossum but ? Microglossum viride or even Leotia atrovirens. Find it again for microscopy! 20,21) I think the oysterling is Sarcomyxa (Panellus) serotina as the cap has that greenish tinge. A good collection --- others might have ideas.

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