Tuesday, March 26, 2013

TG2507: Quality over quantity...

My reluctance to go hunting around for small invertebrates has resulted in my list grinding to a standstill, with just flowering Red Dead Nettle added from my past few visits. However I can now add a fungus from earlier on in the year, as the spores of my Gloeophyllum sp. have now been checked. It turns out it is Conifer Mazegill (Gloeophyllum sepiarum), which as well as being a first record for Whitlingham CP, is the first record in Norfolk for 35 years (and third ever).

103. Red Dead Nettle
104. Conifer Mazegill 

1 comment:

  1. Top work James - incredible what can be turned up by just looking a bit harder at those local patches!