In reply to Downsman:
I see Jim has posted some new photos in his Flickr album (see links above) - well worth checking out.
In reply to Sue C:
Thanks Sue C,
as a fellow flickr user I quickly found Jim's album. It is wonderful to find so many different types on a relatively short walk.
Thanks all, we've not had good luck scheduling ourselves onto the Fungi Foray's this season at PB, or elsewhere for that matter, so we've been trying to keep up with the fungi during other opportunities when we can get out to the reserve. If you read Anna's blog we recently found a new fungi on the reserve, Pea-Shaped Bird’s Nest (Nidularia deformis). Quite literally thousands of these that look more like rabbit droppings then fungus until they open up. We did return after a few days to find them in that stage. Updated images on our Flickr page herehttps://flic.kr/p/zpw8ps
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