Fungal Foray: Bute Park in autumn

I’m off to Bute Park tomorrow to learn about the role of fungi in our world, take a walk and see how many we spot. To get me in the swing of things, we went to the park last Sunday (14th October) to see what we could see. After three hours of very damp foraging these are the best specimens we could find. Although I am interested in seeing fungal fruit bodies I can name very few so, if you know any of them, perhaps you could tell me? Failing that I’ll just have to fill the names in over time. The last five photos were taken on the day – we saw the same species as we had seen previously but also these new ones. The guided walk, with expert Olly Carter, lasted three hours but the time flew by and we all had a great time.

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