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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Yashca, probably an idea to check where this observation is showing on the map, at the moment it appears to be in the north sea.
Thanks for that, not sure why the marker has suddenly decided to move fifty miles east - continental drift? ;)
I'll try and fix that.
Think continental drift is about 2cm per year or something like that so I am not sure this would account for it. incidentally it would be useful to know how you entered the location so we can track down how these errors occur e.g. did you type in the lat long or os coordinates or use the google map to put the pin on or have the location embedded in the photo by gps etc. sometimes it can be that the mouse has drifted off and you don't notice its no longer in the right place on the map.
As far as I know I put the pin in the correct place on the map. Possible my mouse moved without me knowing, but I thought it was in the right place when I submitted it.
Lat/Lng: 53.7711, -0.3534
OS grid ref: TA086317