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Observed: 28th January 2012 By: Graeme
The Anton River Conservation Association
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Fungi 28.4.12.Pilgrims Way
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Quite a few of these fungi coming up in new-ish grass area of estate. This patch seems to have a lot of different fungi on it since planting


No identification made yet.

Species interactions

No interactions present.


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Cporinus impatiens might be a

Coprinus impatiens might be a possibility, it normally grows in leaf litter under beech trees, perhaps this was the habitat before the estate?

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Not sure of the habitat

Not sure of the habitat before unfortunatly. It has wildflower come up in the patch like yarrow, common stork's bill,melilot and a variety of fungi throughout the year. Its an odd patch as the council normally just throws down commercial grass seed

Graeme Davis