Galleries  Foray: 11/09/2008 - St Leonards Forest, Horsham, West Sussex Site Menu 
 
Genus Search

Edibility Search

Common Names Search

Location Search

Month Search

 
 
October Fungi
Lactarius Torminosus
Click to view species recorded in October
Site Statistics
 Locations: 28
 Species : 168
 Photographs: 1544

Back to Forays

Click any picture for a larger image

Foray members: Matthew Hutchings

2 hours in the forest turned up a few species. Including wood hedgehogs and amethyst deceivers which went into a thai curry.

Oudemansiella Mucida - Porcelain Fungus

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Early evening
Diameter: 2-4cm
Height: 4-5cm
Terrain: Deciduous woodland
Substrate: Wood
Tree type: Beech
Comments:

Picture Type: From below

Picture Type: From below

Picture Type: Side view
Russula Ochroleuca - Common Yellow Russula

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Early evening
Diameter: 5cm
Height: 4cm
Terrain: Mixed woodland
Substrate: Soil/Leaf litter
Comments:

Picture Type: Side view
Laccaria Amethystea - Amethyst Deceiver

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Late afternoon
Diameter: 3cm
Height: 5cm
Terrain: Beechwoods
Substrate: Soil
Comments:
Lactarius Deliciosus - Saffrom Mik Cap

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Early evening
Diameter: 10-12cm
Height: 7-8cm
Terrain: Deciduous woodland
Substrate: Soil
Comments:

Picture Type: Gills

Picture Type: Base of stipe

Picture Type: Side view showing green bruising
Leotia Lubrica - Jelly Babies

Picture Type: Side view
Notes
Month: September
Time: Late afternoon
Diameter: 2-5cm
Height: 3-5cm
Terrain: Deciduous woodland
Substrate: Soil
Comments:
Hundreds of these in damp soil near a stream

Picture Type: Side view

Picture Type: Side view

Picture Type: Underside

Picture Type: Top of cap

Picture Type: Side view

Back to Forays




 
Home
News
Forays
Rogues Gallery
Locations
Desktop Wallpaper
Phylla Search
Contact
Links
Donations
This site is getting expensive to run as the traffic is now running at over 6000 unique visitors a month.
Small donations will help considerably so if this site is useful to you and you have a couple of minutes please click the button below. (You choose how much to donate, even 1 will help) Just enter an amount below and then click the paypal button. You no longer need a paypal account to make a donation.

Enter Amount:

Bookmark this site

         
©2010 Matthew Hutchings
Site Designed by MLH Design