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Quick 1 hours walk in St Leonards, found more of the deadly death caps.

Hypholoma Fasciculare - Sulphur Tuft

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Early Evening
Diameter: 2-3cm
Height: 4-5cm
Terrain: Deciduous woodland
Substrate: Wood
Tree type: Beech
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Laccaria Laccata - The Deceiver

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Notes
Month: September
Time: Early evening
Diameter: 2cm
Height: 5cm
Terrain: Deciduous woodland
Substrate: Soil
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Neobulgaria Pura

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Early evening
Diameter: 0.5 - 2cm
Height: 0.5 - 2cm
Terrain: Deciduous woodland
Substrate: Wood
Comments:

Picture Type: Close-up

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Meripilus Giganteus - Giant Polypore

Picture Type: Front view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Early Evening
Terrain: Deciduous woodland
Substrate: Soil
Tree type: Beech
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Amanita Phalloides - Death Cap

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Notes
Month: September
Time: Early evening
Diameter: 6-7cm
Height: 6-8cm
Terrain: Deciduous woodland
Substrate: Soil
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Picture Type: Cap close-up

Picture Type: Volva

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I liked the spider in this shot. It added a sinister edge that this mushroom deserves

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