Fungi in Dutch nature reserve


This is a dryad’s saddle video.

A report on a fallen beech tree in the south of Dutch nature reserve Huys te Warmond says the following fungi grew on that tree last week: dryad’s saddle, deer shield, Pluteus umbrosus, Peziza varia; and two slime molds, Lycogala epidendrum and coral slime.

New Groningen province fungi species: here.

Fungi eat worrisome plastic trash: here.

Entoloma nausiosme: here.

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