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Site Statistics
 Locations: 28
 Species : 167
 Photographs: 1542

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Amanita Citrina - False Death Cap

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Mid afternoon
Diameter: 8cm
Depth: 8cm
Terrain: Spruce Woods
Substrate: Moss and spruce needles
Comments:

Picture Type: Cap close-up

Picture Type: Side view
Calocera Viscosa - Jelly Antler, Stags-horn Fungus

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Mid afternoon
Height: 3cm
Terrain: Spruce woods
Substrate: Wood
Comments:
Russula Cyanoxantha - Charcoal Burner

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Mid afternoon
Diameter: 8cm
Height: 6cm
Terrain: Woodland path
Substrate: Leaf litter
Comments:
Scleroderma Citrinum - Common Earthball

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Mid afternoon
Across: 10cm
Width: 8cm
Height: 8cm
Terrain: Pinewoods
Substrate: Soil
Comments:

Picture Type: Section
Suillus Grevillei - Larch Bolete

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Mid afternoon
Diameter: 6cm
Height: 5cm
Terrain: Spruce and Larch woods
Substrate: Moss
Comments:
These were very slimy and so was the ground around them.

Picture Type: Side view
Tylopilus Felleus - Bitter Bolete

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Mid afternoon
Diameter: 10cm
Height: 8cm
Terrain: Spruce woods
Substrate: Leaf litter
Comments:

Picture Type: From below
Cortinarius Subviolascens

Picture Type: Cap close-up

*Identification Uncertain*

Notes
Month: September
Time: Mid afternoon
Diameter: 2 - 6cm
Height: 3 - 7cm
Terrain: Spruce woods
Substrate: Leaf litter
Comments:
I'm fairly sure these are C.Subviolascens but have marked them as Identification Uncertain for the moment until I have more experience of this species. Any comments on identification welcome. They had the correct colouring, spore shape and ornamentation, stem features, odour and location. They were growing in quite a large group of around 20 speciments

Picture Type: Side view

*Identification Uncertain*


Picture Type: Side view

*Identification Uncertain*


Picture Type: From below

*Identification Uncertain*


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