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Unknown fungus

Observed: 5th November 2012 By: bobthebirderbobthebirder’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensbobthebirder’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensbobthebirder’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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Description:

Seen on this week's iSpot Exploring Nature session. For details see http://www.dorsetwalks.com

Identifications

No identification made yet.

Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

GrizzledBadger's picture

Did the broken cap produce

Did the broken cap produce milk

Brock

GrizzledBadger's picture

Did the broken cap produce

Did the broken cap produce milk, what were the nearby trees, did it have a smell?

Brock

bobthebirder's picture

unknown fungus

No milk, the trees were ash, field maple and oak, and I forgot to sniff it!

Bob Ford

GrizzledBadger's picture

It has a look of Lactarius

It has a look of Lactarius rufus but the absence of milk would exclude that as a solution also its usually with conifer.

Brock