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Honey coloured fungus

Observed: 30th October 2011 By: colts footcolts foot’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens

on the edge of recently coppiced square with sweet chestnut and birch, a tightly clustered mound of fungi
last photo - to show stalk - on its side


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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.

Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Armillaria interacts


flaxton's picture

We need to see the ring to be

We need to see the ring to be sure of the species.

Fenwickfield's picture

pic 4

You can just see the ring on picture four but not sure if it is clear enough for correct id


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It looks to be a big ring but

It looks to be a big ring but if it is yellow underneath it is mellea dark or black squamules underneath the ring A ostoya

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spine's on top

The Honey's I have seen tend to have spines on the top, this may just have been the age (young)

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The spines on top are more

The spines on top are more pronounced in A ostoyae