Monday, 7 June 2010


This first image is of Toothed Cup - Tarzetta cupularis
It appeared as a part of a cluster of about a dozen and this being the largest at about 2 centimeters diameter

Deer Shield - Pluteus cervinus with a 15cm diameter cap.

Both were spotted in Gosforth Park NR this afternoon


kirstallcreatures said...

Super fungi pics, as yet Ive only noticed tiny cap and stem fungi on grassland. Great to see them on the way. Yay! Linda

Citybirding said...

Thanks Linda,
I'm quite enjoying the rain at the moment 'cos I know something new is going to appear shortly after it.

abbey meadows said...

I haven't come across those species...nice shots.