Porcelain Fungus (Oudemasiella mucida) [Tricholomataceae]

Porcelain Fungus (Oudemasiella mucida) [Tricholomataceae]

Observation - Porcelain Fungus (Oudemasiella mucida) [Tricholomataceae]. Description: A White, slimy fungus giving the appearance of glazed porcelain, hence the name. Common on Beech, as this was, but more frequent in the autumn.

A White, slimy fungus giving the appearance of glazed porcelain, hence the name. Common on Beech, as this was, but more frequent in the autumn.