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    Just found these in the garden. I think there used to be a beech tree that was felled due to rot and the stump ground down on this spot, but not certain.

    Some shots of 'chicken of the woods' look similar to these and yet also very different! Any ideas? No veins or gills or tubes that I could see.



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    Giant Polypore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Dann View Post
    Giant Polypore
    Thank you for this. ID'd as likely this by another mushroomer, so looking likely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hughtrimble View Post
    Thank you for this. ID'd as likely this by another mushroomer, so looking likely!
    It is 100% certain Giant Polypore.

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    Any thoughts on what these two are? Top one is quite large, stem is a light brown near the top and very shiny.

    The second one was found growing abundantly near beech and oak trees.


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    Hey!

    Got a few here that I spotted in our local woods, any ideas people?





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    VW


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    The second one I am pretty sure is Laccaria amethystina, the Amethyst Deceiver
    "Honey, could you look after the kids a minute? I've just axed myself."

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob_the_baker View Post
    The second one I am pretty sure is Laccaria amethystina, the Amethyst Deceiver
    Awesome, thank you.


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    Well a late night foray after some heavy rain and a nice haul of brown birch bolete. However there was another bolete, under the same birch tree and well away from the Larch boleles that I found earlier.

    Velvet cap, yellow pores, round looking pores, yellow on the stem. It's in my 'no eat' ID list just now as it's either yellow or stains blue.
    Tried the usual google but it threw up more possibilities than I could cope with so it remains 'no eat'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monikieman View Post
    Well a late night foray after some heavy rain and a nice haul of brown birch bolete. However there was another bolete, under the same birch tree and well away from the Larch boleles that I found earlier.

    Velvet cap, yellow pores, round looking pores, yellow on the stem. It's in my 'no eat' ID list just now as it's either yellow or stains blue.
    Tried the usual google but it threw up more possibilities than I could cope with so it remains 'no eat'.

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    Check against Oak Bolete and Iodine Bolete. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terr View Post


    Any thoughts on what these two are? Top one is quite large, stem is a light brown near the top and very shiny.

    The second one was found growing abundantly near beech and oak trees.


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    Russula nigricans

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaughanW View Post
    Hey!

    Got a few here that I spotted in our local woods, any ideas people?





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    Top one maybe Spindleshanks. Bottom Amethyst Deceiver

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    Found this a couple of months ago by birmingham university. In a pile of fertiliser around a decorative pine of some. Kind
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    I've found a gian puff ball before but I was wondering about the cracking in the dome
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    Can I get some identification on these 2 please? They grew on an open field near a tree and hedge



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    Top one is a milkcap, bottom one is an Agaricus

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    Quote Originally Posted by petrochemicals View Post
    Found this a couple of months ago by birmingham university. In a pile of fertiliser around a decorative pine of some. Kind
    IMG_20170623_160820.jpgIMG_20170623_160911.jpg

    I've found a gian puff ball before but I was wondering about the cracking in the dome

    Can't be anything but a giant puffball, but the cracking is indeed strange.

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    Thanks Geoff, I was thinking it may be a foreign import myself. It was quite hot so I suppose it may be rapid drying.
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    Just looking for conformation really.
    I thinks this is a Powdery Brittle-gill.
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    I think this is a Wood Blewit
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    I think this is a Shaggy Inkcap
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    Last two are correct, but you've gone a bit astray on the first one. That looks like an Aniseed Funnel to me. What does it smell like?

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    Sounds a daft response, but it just smelt "fungus ish", but I did not brake it open just took the pic and put it back.

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    Hey chaps.. can someone confirm that the attached images are honey fungus please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by quietone View Post
    Hey chaps.. can someone confirm that the attached images are honey fungus please?
    20171009_132336.jpg
    20171009_132341.jpg
    Yep, that's the fellas
    "Honey, could you look after the kids a minute? I've just axed myself."

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    Thanks Bob. I was pretty sure, but think those in the shot are brand new, baby ones. They were near perfect condition. Found these Parasol the other day too, but had no receptical to carry them in during the stroll, so left them for others to find and enjoy.

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