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Fungi South Stack Anglesey Aug 2011

Observed: 30th August 2011 By: KE836
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - current student
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Fungi South Stack Anglesey Aug 2011
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Description:

Large fungi, cap about 10cm in diameter, approx 10cm tall. Whitish with brown scaly flecks, darker towards centre. White gills underneath and stem (not shown in photo) has frill near top. Found on clifftop, grassy, plenty of rainwater, subject to exposure to winds, salt spray. Found next to Ellin's Tower (RSPB lookout)near South Stack Lighthouse, Anglesey.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

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Peter Allen's picture

The most delicious of our

The most delicious of our fungi!

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