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Burgundydrop Bonnet?

Observed: 26th November 2011 By: jhn7
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course complete
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Description:

Growing on fallen logs in close proximity to the Wrinkled Peach I posted earlier
www.ispot.org.uk/node/238443?nav=users_observations
and also 'bleeding' but from the broken stem.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Fenwickfield's picture

not sure

It just say's stumps on the Roger Phillips book so maybe all types.

Fenwickfield

jhn7's picture

Oh dear!

Sorry to rub salt in Flaxton!! I'm disappointed though because the previous Saffrondrop bonnets I saw were so much prettier. I did notice the orange spot on the gills but thought the cap too brown and the drop from the broken end was too red. Did you see the Wrinkled Peach post? There were at least 10 .....

Janet
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