Monday, 2 November 2009

Fungi from Brownsea Island

A few more photos from Saturday.
The grass lawns and woodland floors of Brownsea are rich with fungi during late summer and into the autumn.

Possibly a Bay Bolete. The pores underneath were greenish yellow.

Birch Bracket fungi on the dead stump of a silver birch tree.

A beautiful Fly Agaric toadstool. Poisonous, but a fairytale toadstool.

Clavulinopsis fungi growing in a rabbit grazed wild lawn of grass and moss.

A poisonous Sickener Toadstool.

No idea what these ones are!

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