Rare fungus discovery in the Netherlands


This video is called The Wonderful World Of Fungi Documentary 2018.

Translated from the Dutch Mycological Society:

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

During an excursion to the coastal dunes south of Ijmuiden members of Mushrooms Workgroup “The Noordkop” discovered many Hohenbuehelia fungi. After identification this turned out to be the very rare and endangered Hohenbuehelia culmicola. The fungi grew on the southern slope of a coastal sand dune.

Rarity

At global level, Hohenbuehelia culmicola is confined to the coasts of Western Europe. Until now this species had been found in the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Ireland, Great Britain, France and Belgium but every time these were only a few discoveries by country. The Dutch sites are therefore of great international importance.

Hohenbuehelia culmicola was only described in 1979 for the first time for the dunes of northwestern France by the French mycologist M. Bon. In 1984, Hohenbuehelia culmicola was first discovered in the Netherlands in the Kwade Hoek on Goeree island.

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