Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
mel oxford 5m
1 of 2.. my new favorite at the moment Magpie Inkcap. found 14 at various stages of growth in local woodland today.
Reply Retweet Like
Bob McIntosh Sep 23
rarely come across a blue
Reply Retweet Like
cosmosses Sep 23
Some nice Fly Agaric Amanita muscaria mushrooms up the Coppice in Accrington today
Reply Retweet Like
Gary Snail Sep 16
Don’t you just love this time of year! The (Amanita muscaria) just queuing up to be photographed today - Formby
Reply Retweet Like
mel oxford 3m
2 of 2.. a few more of the 14 Magpie Inkcap from local woodland today
Reply Retweet Like
Maria Hoeffer 15m
On our walk this morning my daughter saw these awesome mushrooms and said, "Mom take a photo and send it to !" I am looking forward to electing our new (nerdy) Ohio governor, !
Reply Retweet Like
Carlye Sep 23
Reply Retweet Like
Ken D Sep 23
An impressive fly agaric (Amanita muscaria) seen at today. 10p coin for scale.
Reply Retweet Like
Kate Kato 36m
Today I went to the woods with the dog and found all sorts of fantastic things! Now all I want to do is make fungi.......
Reply Retweet Like
Bob McIntosh Sep 21
Reply Retweet Like
Bernoid Sep 24
One of my favourites... Amethyst Deceivers. So beautiful.
Reply Retweet Like
Bob McIntosh Sep 23
wood hedgehog - one of my favourites!
Reply Retweet Like
Pepijn Kooij 28m
Another day in the life of a at Preparing a tour with specimens collected by @ Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Reply Retweet Like
Bernoid Sep 23
I think these are Entoloma serrulatum - Blue Edge Pinkgill. A first for me. Jet black they were, with a bluish tinge. There were lots. Lovely.
Reply Retweet Like
Marian Jazmik Sep 22
Reply Retweet Like
Back from the Brink Sep 24
This week's is !!! Any Fungi! There are so many weird and wonderful species - this is called Coral Tooth... pretty awesome! It will benefit from our Ancients of the Future project, which spans England: .
Reply Retweet Like
Adriana L. Romero-O. 19h
At today we meditated on the Fall 🍁It reminded me to slow down and actually pay attention and admire the nature and processes I study
Reply Retweet Like
Woodland Trust 6h
"Next time you walk through a , look down. A city lies under your feet. Reach down and smell a clot of forest earth: it smells like the underground city of ." - Anna Tsing.
Reply Retweet Like
mel oxford Sep 15
Star of the afternoon today in local woodland was this pukka Magpie Inkcap. Wanted to see one of these from day one of my hunting.
Reply Retweet Like
Rebecca Wheeler Sep 23
Alder tongue gall spotted on the Warrington Plant Group meeting today. Quite fascinating to see, the gall is a chemically induced distortion of a female alder catkin caused by the fungus Taphrina alni.
Reply Retweet Like