nineteenbeavers's picture


Observed: 14th October 2012 By: nineteenbeaversnineteenbeavers’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Honey Fungus ?

Currently growing nicely in my garden.


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Species interactions

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Species with which Honey Fungus interacts


AlanS's picture


Not a word most people use when they have Honey Fungus in the garden.

Key identification features not clear, but I agree this is probably Armillaria mellea. Certainly an Armillaria species of some sort, and the dense clustering and what looks like a well-formed membranous ring suggest this species.


GrizzledBadger's picture

Where I work/worked we have

Where I work/worked we have them clumping, particularly by stumps & solitary ones or small troops probably following main tree roots.