Texel mushrooms, continued

Yellow club, Texel, 24 October 2013

24 October 2013. After our earlier Texel island fungi of that day, now the next ones. Beginning with these yellow club fungi.

Sulphur knight, Texel, 24 October 2013

A bit further along the motor car road (where Arthur Oosterbaan of Ecomare museum had not expected so many fungi), a sulphur knight mushroom.

A bit further, clouded agaric fungi.

A suede bolete. Then, Rhodocollybia butyracea.

A deceiver mushroom.

Then, emetic russula.

Followed by a Lactarius hepaticus.

Mycena epipterigya

Then, smaller mushrooms: Mycena epipterigya.

Birch milkcap, Texel, 24 October 2013

Then, a bit bigger again: birch milkcap.

Further along the forest footpath, bare-toothed Russula.

A jay calls.

A penny bun. And its relative, a bay bolete.

Blusher fungi, Texel, 24 October 2013

Finally, for this blog post: blusher mushrooms.

Stay tuned, as there will be another Texel fungi blog post here later.

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