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Waxcap2

Observed: 26th October 2012 By: markwilsonmarkwilson’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarkwilson’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarkwilson’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarkwilson’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
waxcap2
waxcap2
Description:
Identifications

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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.

Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Martincito's picture

Have you tried this

markwilson's picture

waxcap

No - will give it a go

D.M.H.'s picture

Are you using the get

Are you using the get recommended button when you enter record details?

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Martincito's picture

Hygrophorus are called

Hygrophorus are called "woodwaxes" in the UK or "waxy caps" (together with Hygrocybe species) in North America, says Wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hygrophorus

D.M.H.'s picture

Point that I was trying to

Point that I was trying to make is you have agreed this to be in Hygrophorus!

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Martincito's picture

Whoops!

markwilson's picture

waxcap

When I entered Hygrophorus no English name came up

D.M.H.'s picture

As there is not a universally

As there is not a universally accepted common name (WoodWax, Waxy cap, etc) If you had entered waxcap you would then of had to choose a full common name.

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