Monday, 16 November 2009

Goldenacre Park fungi foray

This weekend's trip to Goldenacre Park, Leeds presented a bounty of fantastic looking fungi. What a great way to get back into the swing of things. As a novice fungi explorer, this is the first time Ive noticed the autumn fungi boom & its great to see such a diverse range of forms, colour & texture. All of these species were found in a relatively small area within mixed woodland near Arthington Road Car Park, the wooded area runs parallel to the road & is certainly worth a visit. I'm keen to post them today & will try to identify them over the next few days.








5 comments:

  1. The fragile bonnet type fungi are fascinating.
    The current wet weather is providing good conditions for a large variety of specimens.

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  2. Great photos, i'm just starting to appreciate fungi, something i've overlooked for a long time! Such an array in such a small area too

    Pam

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  3. Great pictures again, Linda. You certainly had a good haul of fungi.

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  4. Thanks Pam, Emma & Dad, its certainly a good time of year for fungi hunting. Linda

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  5. Linda, one advantage of all this wet weather is the diverse range of fungi that you have found & captured for us. FAB.

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