Autumn Wonders

Friday, September 21st 2012

Recent rainfall has provided excellent conditions for many different species of fungi including this Wrinkled Peach (Rhodotus palmatus). This unmistakable fungus is is unusually coloured with a wrinkled cap surface.

Wrinkled Peach

Conifer Blueing Bracket (Postia caesia) Fungus is less common and a deeper blue than Blueing Bracket fungus and is found only on the dead woods of conifers. This can be seen on the many habitat piles of rotting wood throughout the woodland trails. Thank you to Brian for the photographs.

Blueing Bracket

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