This is about an insect, fungi, and moss in the park to the south east of the city, in 2006.
Also the deer mushroom was present; early in the year for this species!
On 21 May: the yellow fieldcap which usually is not there at other times of the year.
On 3 September, 67 fungi species were seen.
A week later, on 10 September, 16 species were seen which had not been seen on 3 September.
Including Allopsaliota geesterani, growing through a bicycle path surface.
And Trametes hirsutus, new for this park.
On 8 October, 53 species.
Including Hygrocybe ceracea.
The last time of the year, 5 November, 66 species were found.
And Pholiota gummosa, last seen here over ten years ago.
Laccaria purpureobadia was a completely new species for the park.
On 16 September, the rare moss species Brachythecium mildeanum was found.
Source for this: Daucallium 2007, #1; p.12-13, by Hans Adema; and p. 15, by Wim Vlasveld.