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Honestly I don't just guess "honey fungus" for every posting =D
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lol. I didn't think so for a second! I am just amazed out how variable they seem to be. I have a hundred or so fungi on my website, the Nature of Dorset, and I am now wondering just how accurate my identifications are. Trouble is, I am not a specialist in anything, just fascinated by everything and I do my best with the resources I have.
Very nice page Peter :-)
It would be great if you took photo's of the base of the stem,gills and cap for any future finds as this helps narrow down an identification also cap,stem size,ring on stem, habitat,soil,tree type.Also spore print smell if any colour change if cut,cap sticky,greasy,slimy.This really does help and you will start to notice how much easier it is to narrow down your finds.
Good luck and look forward to your future postings
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Another view of the honey fungus posted earlier; does this help?