Sunday, 12 September 2010

Birder turns down Bonelli's to look at fungi...

I could have gone to Bempton to see the Western Bonelli's Warbler. Seen one in the hand, and another giving crippling views and several abroad... so the thought of paying a parking fee to see one didn't inspire me.

So I spent the day looking for fungi. Got a lot of photos, a lot of specimens, cursing as I can't name them all.

But this one looked rather smart and I think I know what is...

I'm thinking it is probably Scaly Earthball. More head scratching to do with the rest but I've learned a little more to progress to next week when I go out into the field again.

However, comments are invited if I've made a mess of identifying it!

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