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 Locations: 28
 Species : 167
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St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex
St Leonards ForestLarge forest on the east borders of Horsham. This is where the majority of fungi on this site have been found. Terrain ranges from old beechwoods to scots pine plantations as well as heathland and marshy areas.

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Knepp Castle Estate, West Grinstead, West Sussex
Various types of pasture and woodland surrounding Knepp Castle

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Colgate Woods, Colgate, West Sussex
The woods here were originally part of the gardens of a large manor house which has been turned into flats. There is a lot of interesting flora and fauna here

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Tilgate Forest, Pease Pottage, West Sussex
Tilgate ForestLarge woods south of Crawley bordered by the M23 and a major railway. Very pretty but noisy.

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Ashdown Forest, Lindfield, East Sussex
Ashdown ForestThe Ashdown Forest is broken into several forests and woods including the 100 acre wood of Winnie the Pooh fame. Ive only explored a small area near my dads place

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Denne Hill, Horsham, West Sussex
Denne HillSmall Hill and woodland south of Horsham. At the top is old cow pasture and is very good for field mushrooms, parasols, wax caps, horse mushrooms and more.

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Holbrook Woods, Horsham, West Sussex
Small area of woodland surrounding Warnham Quarry.

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Leechpool Woods, Horsham, West Sussex
Leechpool WoodsMy local woods, five minutes from my house. My first fungi foray was here

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Steepwoods, Horsham, West Sussex
A large area of hilly woodland at the back of Leonardslee Gardens south of Horsham. Very beautiful and scenic woods with several lakes and streams

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North Downs, Dorking, Surrey
North DownsHills and forests around Dorking. Breathtaking scenery and exhausting walks.

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Box Hill, Dorking, Surrey
As its name suggest this is a box shaped hill near Dorking.

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Nuthurst Hill, Nuthurst, West Sussex
Nuthurst HillNuthurst is a small village south of Horsham with a deer park and an excellent country pub - The Black Horse.

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Bashurst Hill, Coneyhurst, West Sussex
Bashurst HillFarms fields and woodland in the pretty village of Coneyhurst. Lots of ash woodland and pasture

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Horsham Town Centre, Horsham, West Sussex
Horsham Town CentreLarge and expanding town with a lot of history The site in particular where I have found a few species is the woodchip beds surrounding Sainsburys car park

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Spear Hill, Ashington, West Sussex
Several large fields, mainly cow and sheep pasture.

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Bookham Commons, Bookham, Surrey
Bookham CommonsThe commons consist of grassland - wet, low-lying meadows, woodland, scrub and 12 ponds.

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My previous garden, Horsham, West Sussex
My previous gardenMy old communal front and back garden in Roffey, Horsham. Occasionally produces a few small mushrooms but the Shaggy Ink Caps are a yearly regular.

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Katmai National Park, Brooks Lodge, Alaska
Katmai National ParkMy friend Dan Hewitt stayed here for a few days in 2005 and took some pics of fungi he found there. Apparently there was an abundance of mushrooms and photographing them had the added excitement of onlooking grizzly bears.

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Shelleys Wood, Itchingfield, West Sussex
Shelleys WoodA small but very pretty wood near Horsham. On the edge of the historic Christ's Hospital school there can be found charcoal burning sites and woodworking sites created by the Shelleys Woodlanders group.

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Carters Lodge Lane, Horsham, West Sussex
Carters Lodge LaneLong country lane with various small woods and fields on either side.

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South Downs, , West Sussex
South DownsMagnificent hills and valleys in the heart of Sussex

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Cow Wood, Handcross, West Sussex
Cow WoodAncient and large area of woodland near Nymans Gardens in Handcross

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High Wood, Broadbridge Heath, West Sussex
High WoodFields and woodland out the back of Broadbridge Heath.

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Kuoni Woods, Dorking, Surrey
Kuoni WoodsWild unkempt woodland out the back of the Kuoni offices in Dorking

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Ranmore, Dorking, Surrey
RanmoreRanmore Common is a village and an area of wooded common land on the North Downs, to the northwest of Dorking in the English county of Surrey

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Sedgewick Lane, Horsham, West Sussex
Sedgewick LaneWoodland and pasture around Sedgewick on the outskirts of Horsham

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Tower Hill, Horsham, West Sussex
Tower HillJust south of Horsham this small hamlet is between Horsham and Christ's Hospital.

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Brockham Woods, Brockham, Surrey
Brockham WoodsLovely little village just outside Dorking with plenty of woodland and fields

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