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Friday, 9 October 2020

A visit to Troserch Woods.

 At one time I was in Troserch Woods most days of the week, as I lived close by. It seems a sadder place now as a lot of the paths are overgrown and there has been a lot of trees blown down across the walkways, especially on the west bank. There also seemed to be more fungi then but summers were always warmer in years gone by. Nothing of real note to declare this time - just the usual suspects:




This one seems so familiar, I settled on a Common Funnel, but I'm really not sure now. White spore print and the spore size fits seems to fit though.

 

 

 

 

 Blueing Conifer Bracket and Ochre Brittlegill.

Common Earthball and White Fibrecap.

White saddle and Sulphur Tuft.



Hairy Curtain Crust and Honey Fungus.
 
I took this to be an inocybe - gave a brown spore-print.
 

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