Rare mushrooms in Dutch winter

This video from the USA is about fungi.

The Dutch Mycological Society reports that this January, rare fungi were found in the Streekbos woodland in Noord-Holland province. They were Entoloma saundersii.

The winter weather this year so far is mild, which helps many fungi which would not survive freezing.

Entoloma saundersii is a rare, threatened species. It depends on elm trees, and many elm trees are dying from elm disease.

This map shows where this species lives in the Netherlands.

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