Rare mushroom discovery on Dutch cemetery


This video is about fungi in the Netherlands.

Translated from the Dutch Mycological Society on Wednesday, on August 6th, 2014:

On cemetery Heiderust to Rheden the very rare blackening chanterelle has been discovered. For this species, it is the second discovery ever in the Netherlands. The blackening chanterelle is not only on the Dutch Red List, but also on the European list of threatened fungi, so a very special find. In cemeteries, because of specific management, quite often special mushrooms are discovered.

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