Abbey Meadows

Abbey Meadows

Monday, 29 August 2011

Giant Polypore






Giant Polypore...Longhirst Hall


Golden Waxcap...Abbey Meadows


Brick Tuft...Abbey Meadows


Orange Mosscap...Abbey Meadows


Cromson Waxcap...Druridge dunes

I've noticed some fine specimens of Giant Polypore (Meripilus giganteus) growing at the foot of some Limes at the entrace to Longhirst Hall as I drive past so I stopped yesterday to take a few pics. Lots of fungi around at the moment as the weather is perfect. Golden Waxcap (Hygrocybe chloraphana) are out in good numbers near the house and in the dunes at Druridge. Also pictured in the dunes was Crimson Waxcap (Hygrocybe punicea). Nearer home there are a few clumps of Brick Tuft (Hypholoma lateritium) and the Orange Mosscap (Rickenella fibula) was growing on my lawn.

5 comments:

Carmen Barriuso said...

Preciosas fotos.

Besos

Wilma said...

beautiful mushroom photos.

Dean said...

Nice ones, Nigel. The fungi`ing is a bit slow down here.

abbey meadows said...

Thanks for the comments. CB...I hope that means you like them!

Stewart said...

I must keep an eye open up here. No doubt I'll be sending you some pics to id!