Of x2 images. More of this beautifully coloured Rosy Bonnet (Mycena rosea) from the woods. October 2019 © Pete Hillman.
Not sure about this one. Might be Milking Bonnet (Mycena galopus), but did not want to snap it to see if it seeped milk or not. It seemed a shame to do so. Quite easy to miss on the woodland leaf carpet because it is so small ... the bonnet about the size of a... Continue Reading →
Of x3 photos. Spectacular Rustgill (Gymnopilus junonius), as it says in the title, and you can see why by its vivid colour. There was quite a cluster growing out of a rotting tree stump in the local wood. October 2019 © Pete Hillman.
Of x3 images. This is one of the larger mushrooms I spotted today, and I couldn't really miss it as it had the diameter of a side plate. It is simply called Parasol (Macrolepiota procera), and you can see why. This is one to keep the elves and fairies dry in the rain 😉 Local... Continue Reading →
I believe this is Rosy Bonnet (Mycena rosea), very closed related to Mycena Pura, and in fact they may well be one and the same species. I spotted this beautful pair in the local wood this morning as I went on my first mushroom hunt of the season. Muddy knees indeed! October 2019 © Pete... Continue Reading →
This is probably one of the ink caps just finding its way out from the wood. Local wood. June 2019 © Pete Hillman.
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