Fungi in Dutch nature reserve

This video from England is about New Forest fungi.

On 29 September 2013, members of the Dutch natural history society went looking for fungi in De Horsten nature reserve in Wassenaar, the Netherlands.

Diona Los made this list of species which they found (translated):

Scleroderma areolatum
Common earthball
Collared earthstar
Death cap
Beefsteak fungus
Boletus rhodoxanthus
Xerocomellus chrysenteron
False chanterelle
Agaricus praeclaresquamosus
Scaly wood mushroom
Wood mushroom
Clustered toughshank
Daedalea quercina
Penny bun
Ciboria batschiana
Weeping widow mushroom
Toque mycena
Armillaria mellea
Shaggy ink cap
Coprinellus micaceus
Shaggy parasol
White coral fungus
Stereum hirsutum
Paxillus involutus
Slimy milkcap
Oak milkcap
Birch milkcap
Porcelain fungus
Meripilus giganteus
Burnt knight
Russula parazurea
Blackening russula
Russula nobilis
Russula graveolens
Common stinkhorn
Leratiomyces ceres
Common puffball
Handkea excipuliformis
Ganoderma adspersum [see also here]
Poison pie
Lumpy bracket
Sulphur tuft

Fungi in the Netherrlands: here.

Penny Bun Pinchers: ‘Mushroom Mafia’ Pillaging German Forests: here.

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