Found growing in an wood chipped bed in an woodland/park area, their were various others growing near by and along side other species of mushrooms
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Which book did you use to come up with this suggestion?
That's def not a morel!. Some sort of slime mould perhaps?
Yer I got told it was a morel, although I wasn't quite sure that why I put on here so that one of you clever people can I'd it
"Dog vomit slime mold" is not such a romantic find! ;)
... and the morel of the story is? Hold back before trying that gourmet recipe...
It certainly is a slime mould, probably Fugilo septica.
I think F. septica is usually rather more yellow than this specimen. F. candida on the other hand...
On my PC the photo looks pale yellow rather than white. Candida as far as I know is always white and forms quite small blobs whereas septica varies a bit in the yellowness.It looks like quite a big blob but scale is hard to gauge and I am not sure whether that is a diagnostic feature at any rate. Candida has lime present so it would be interesting to look at it under the microscope.
OK... I'm sufficiently convinced to agree to your ID as an alternative!
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