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Working to protect the wild plants in Wales. Follow us to find out about our work w/ plants, mosses, liverworts, lichens, fungi & people! A part of
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 20
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Also known as Sea Pink, Rock Rose, and Our Ladies Cushion. Flowers May-July. ©Andrew Gagg 2/2
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 20
Pembrokeshire/Sir Benfro's are thrift (Armeria maritima)! Standing for sympathy in the language of flowers, this perky pink flower is often found on coastal cliffs or craggy islands. 1/2
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 20
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Fe’i gelwir hefyd yn Archmain, Cenrin arfor a Blodyn y morwr. Yn ei flodau rhwng Mai a Gorffennaf. ©Andrew Gagg 2/2
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 20
ar gyfer Sir Benfro yw clustog Fair (Armeria maritima)! Yn golygu cydymdeimlad yn iaith blodau, mae’r blodyn pinc siriol hwn yn gyffredin ar glogwyni’r arfordir neu ynysoedd creigiog. 1/2
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Jon Dunkelman Oct 15
Waxcap #16 for 2020 - the first of the larger red ones to fruit here. The Scarlet Waxcap (Hygrocybe coccinea) is one of the commonest Waxcaps you will find in unimproved grassland.
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 12
Join Magnificent Meadows Wales team for a free webinar to find out more about the colourfully intriguing fungi found in our grasslands. Our speakers will talk waxcaps, fungi conservation and our new app WaxcApp. Register here: . See you on Friday!
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National Trust Wales Oct 3
Wales is important for grassland fungi due to its climate & remaining ‘unimproved’ grasslands. It's home to more than half the UK’s 112 species of waxcap. What will you find with ? 🍄Pink Waxcap ©RayWoods
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 3
🎉🎉🎉Cyflwyno WaxcApp – ein app madarch gwyddoniaeth dinasyddion newydd! Dewch i’n helpu i fapio ffwng lliwgar ein glaswellt yr hydref hwn. Cliciwch yma i gymryd rhan.
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 3
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 3
Introducing WaxcApp: our new citizen science mushroom app! Help us map the colourful grassland fungi this autumn. Head to your local meadow, park or a cemetery and look for the intriguing waxcaps, earthtongues and coral fungi. Click here to join in:
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Plantlife Oct 3
Waxcap grassland are a very good indicator of ancient because once a field is ploughed or fertilised it can take waxcaps UP TO A CENTURY to recolonise site. Pls help Plantlife save & protect fungi by taking part in w/
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Plantlife Oct 3
Plantlife needs your help to save and protect grassland . Please download to take part in the survey. If you spot a group of waxcaps that’s a troop! Top hunting!
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Plantlife Oct 3
Plantlife & partners TODAY launches . Yup, you guessed it … an app for waxcaps! Please take part in the survey this and beyond. Here’s how >
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 2
1 diwrnod tan y lansiad🍄🐞Cap cwyr coch (Hygrocybe coccinea). Yn un o’r capiau cwyr mwyaf trawiadol, mae’n rhannu ei enw gwyddonol 'coccinea' gyda’r fuwch goch gota oherwydd ei liw ysgarlad prydferth. Dewch yn ôl yfory i ddysgu mwy!
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 2
1 day till launch🍄🐞Scarlet waxcap, Hygrocybe coccinea. It shares its scientific name 'coccinea' with ladybirds due to its beautiful scarlet colour. It can be found in unimproved grassland during frost-free late autumn months. Come back tomorrow to find out more about the launch
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 1
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Mewn gwirionedd, mae ffyngau fel hyn yn byw dan ddaear drwy gydol y flwyddyn, ond dim ond am ennyd fach y gwelwn ni nhw, pan fyddant yn ffrwytho. Rydym yn lansio ap arolwg newydd sbon ar Sadwrn 3 Hydref yn canolbwyntio’n gyfan gwbl ar ffyngau!
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 1
2 ddiwrnod tan y lansiad... Cwrel Fioled (Clavaria zollingeri) 💜💜Cudyn o bastynau troellog sy’n edrych yn union fel cwrel porffor, gall fod yn dipyn o syndod i weld y ffwng hwn yn tyfu ar fryn diarffordd neu mewn mynwent eglwys. 📷Debbie Evans
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Plantlife Cymru Oct 1
Two days till launch… Violet Coral (Clavaria zollingeri) 💜💜💜 A crop of twisted clubs that look just like a purple coral! We're launching a new citizen science app on & it will be all about fungi! Keep your eyes peeled for more info. 📷Debbie Evans
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Plantlife Cymru Sep 30
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Rydym yn lansio ap arolwg newydd sbon ar –Sadwrn 3 Hydref – yn canolbwyntio’n gyfan gwbl ar ffyngau! Edrychwch allan am ragor o wybodaeth.
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Plantlife Cymru Sep 30
3 diwrnod tan y lansiad. Mae’r ffyngau hyn yn debyg i dafod yn codi o’r pridd. Ar y cyfan ffyngau tywyll ydyn nhw, sy’n dod mewn ystod o liwiau melynwyrdd, brown a du cynnil. Tueddant i ymddangos tua diwedd tymor ffrwytho’r ffyngau, weithiau ddim tan fis Tachwedd!
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