Mushrooms and orchids in the park


Southern marsh-orchid

On the same 21 May that I was in the park, Hans Adema of the natural history museum was there as well.

He noted orchids: southern marsh-orchid, with its first flowers of this year.

And broad-leaved helleborine.

And first flowers of the year of Rhinantus.

And of yellow pond-lily (earlier in this park than in the city centre).

Also a hare.

And thirteen fungi species.

They included: turkey tails.

And jelly-ear.

Waxy crust.

Peniophora rufomarginata.

Alder bracket.

Silverleaf.

Candlesnuff fungus.

Bolbitius vitellinus.

Coprinus lagopus.

Netted crust.

Polyporus varius.

Dryad’s saddle.

And the yellowish Psilocybe fascicularis.

An earlier visit to this park here.

5 thoughts on “Mushrooms and orchids in the park

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