Woodland mushroom's i found today.

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jayman
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Woodland mushroom's i found today.

Post by jayman » Wed Sep 12, 2018 6:02 pm

Hi, found some lovely mushrooms out walking in woods today. I've had a good look in my books since i got home and i have tried to ID them, i'm new to this so it would be nice if the experts could confirm or correct me...Please..

The 1st i thought was a Amanita citrina - False Deathcap
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This one was a real beauty, such a smashing colour and it had a real weight to it. Possibly a Neoboletus luridiformis - Scarletina Bolete
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Lastly maybe a Imleria badia - Bay Bolete
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Any help gratefully appreciated, thanks, Jay.

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Re: Woodland mushroom's i found today.

Post by Flaxton » Wed Sep 12, 2018 8:34 pm

Hi Jay I would agree wth all your id's. Well done.

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Re: Woodland mushroom's i found today.

Post by jayman » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:32 pm

Thanks Flaxton, i'm chuffed.

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