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Post by Paul » 07 Nov 2014, 20:15

Spectacular display of waxcaps on range near Loch Bee (south-west corner)

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Re: Waxcaps?

Post by chrisjohnson » 08 Nov 2014, 08:11

Hi Paul

Yes, waxcaps. The rain has washed a lot of the colour away but they are Hygrocybe punicea.

It's an excellent spot for waxcaps which usually peak in October but grassland fungi are later this year.


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