Fungus discovered on Texel island for first time


Arrhenia spathulata

Warden Erik van der Spek reports from Texel in the Netherlands that a rare fungus species has been discovered for the first time ever on the island.

It is Arrhenia spathulata. It had been discovered before on the other inhabited islands of the Dutch Wadden Sea, but not yet on Texel.

This species grows on moss.

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