More fungus

Tuesday, October 12th 2010

The workmen were busy on the Sycamore avenue today. They are putting in the edges of the new path.

Workmen installing the new path

Elswhere, as you can see, we are still very taken with all the fungus which is about! Snowy Inkcap, Orange Peel fungus, Dyers Mazegill and Parrot Waxcap are but a few which have been seen.

Snowy Inkcap fungus

Orange Peel fungus


Surprisingly this Barren Strawberry was in flower on the wetland. Very late indeed.

Barren Strawberry

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