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Naomi's parents have just bought 6 acres of Welsh woodland; these photographs are what she finds there.

Leopard Earthball.

Scleroderma areolatum.

White Saddle (Common Helvel).

Helvella crispa.

Common Bonnet (Toque Mycena, Rosy-Gill Fairy Helmet).

Mycena galericulata.

Sulphur Tuft (Clustered Woodlover).

Hypholoma fasciculare.

I really love the cross-tops where these mushrooms had grown under grass.

Another unidentified fungus, I guess some kind of a puffball or earthball, I like it because it looks like a burnt bread roll.

Another unidentified fungus, I guess some kind of a puffball or earthball, I like it because it looks like a burnt bread roll.

Unidentified adorable tiny coral-like fungus. I need help with this one!

(Note: the finger in the middle photograph is my little finger.)

naomi-heulwen:

Toadstools in Parc Howard.

As-yet unidentified fungi in Parc Howard, Llanelli.

Inside the Great Glasshouse at the National Botanic Garden of Wales (Gardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol Cymru), Carmarthenshire.

LEFT:

Oak Moss.

Evernia prunastri.

RIGHT:

Hypogymnia physodes and Unidentified Moss.

(no common name)

Oak Curtain Crust.

Hymenochaete rubiginosa.

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