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UK Fungus Day
UK FUNGUS DAY. The outreach arm of the British Mycological Society. Raising awareness of the amazing fungal kingdom. . Weekend of 6-7th October 2018.
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UK Fungus Day Nov 24
Replying to @eequals7of9
6th October - it's generally the sat or sun of the first weekend of October every year but we always make sure it's the first weekend if the royal soc biol biology week!
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Robert Nov 23
Replying to @ukfungusday
When was UKFD? 😭
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Charlie Richardson Nov 23
No sunshine today but did manage to find these few Knights and some Jelly brightening up the woods
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Andrew Bladon Nov 24
Fiery colours and fun this afternoon. The trees are beech, but what are the fungi, ?
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Manel Roura 🎗 Nov 24
Matured puffballs in a wet, foggy and grey day in Telford (UK)
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UK Fungus Day Nov 23
Third Place gained a prize of £100 and is on its way to S D Lampitt in Malvern..well done and enjoy!
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UK Fungus Day Nov 23
And second place goes to...MV PIke from Motcombe who found this Panaeolus foenescii (Brown Mottlegill) at Durlston Country Park on UKFD! A cheque for £150 is on its way.
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UK Fungus Day Nov 23
First Prize in the UKFD Photo Competition...Congratulations to Austin Lovelock from Melton Mowbray who took this beauty on UKFD at Ulverscroft Nature Reserve in Leicester. A cheque for £250 is winging its way to you!
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Kew Science Nov 11
📣Calling all plant and fungal researchers - we need you! Collaborate with us on our next State of the World's Plants and Fungi report. More details 👉
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Caring for Gods Acre Nov 14
The final day of our fungi season yesterday exploring the churchyards of Llanstephan and Glasbury. We ended on a high by finding the rare Olive Earthtongue fungi (Microglossom olivaceum). These sessions were part of the Biodiversity Hotspots Project funded by
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woodland wanderer Nov 15
Looks like dead leaves and a slice of banana crust. Just me😂 - lovely nature painting pretty pictures.
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Tony Vials Nov 15
Several species of waxcap at St. Peter's, Brooke, Rutland today 15/11/19 Pink Waxcap, Porpolomopsis calyptriformis was the best of the bunch
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Holly Nov 15
First for me today - birds nest fungi- wowsers 💚 blinking lovely
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Absolutely Wild Nov 12
Horn of plenty (Craterellus cornucopioides) with beech in Hampshire today.
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woodland wanderer Nov 15
Still finding the lovely plums and custard, Tricholomopsis rutilans.
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woodland wanderer Nov 15
Hedgehogs - Hydnum repandum - finding lots of these.
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ria frieling Nov 15
Goedemorgen, ik begin de dag met een bosje paddenstoelen. Beukwortelzwammen. fijne dag allemaal.
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Steve Marek Nov 15
A mysterious disease is striking American beech trees
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woodland wanderer Nov 15
Otidea? I think but not sure which. Loads of these dotted around.
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Mike McKenzie Nov 12
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