On lower slopes of Ben Lawers
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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A Peltigera, but no idea which. It seems unusual; I can't see any rhizines on show, but there are some upright apothecia.
This is one of the species with a pubescent upper surface - not obvious from the photograph as the material is damp, but the apothecia suggest this is P. rufescens or something in that group.
It actually looks like it could be P. ponojensis, a widespread northern boreal species, seemingly very rare in Britain but quite possible on Ben Lawers. Unfortunately, without a view of the underside, this has to remain speculation.
If it does happen to be P. ponojensis, consider me highly jealous. It is very high on my wanna-see list.
(wondering if I am still fit enough to get up Ben Lawers)
Thanks very much for the identifications for the lichens and fungi you've provided. I found the comments really interesting too. I love your website, by the way - really excellent images.
There's a real hotch-potch of mine here:
Give Ben Lawers a go - the western side route (not the shorter tourist track) is a low gradient all the way up, with plenty to see along the way.
Lat/Lng: 56.54457, -4.22025
OS grid ref: NN635413