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There are around 2,700 different types of Fungus in the New Forest.I think it might be a little while before they all appear here!

Here is a selection i have found on my travels so far.

Please note im am no expert in this area and have done the best i can (with a little help from some friends) to name them,so please forgive me if there are any errors.
Oyster Mushroom - Pleurotus ostreatusHoney Fungus - Armillaria melleaCommon Earthball - Scleroderma citrinumFly Agaric - Amanita muscariaFly Agaric - Amanita muscariaFly Agaric - Amanita muscariaFly Agaric - Amanita muscariaGiant Polypore - Meripilus giganteusPorcelain fungus - Oudemansiella mucidaPorcelain fungus - Oudemansiella mucidaPorcelain fungus - Oudemansiella mucidaPorcelain fungus - Oudemansiella mucidaPorcelain fungus - Oudemansiella mucidaGrey Spotted Amanita - Amanita excelsa var. spissaCommon Puffball - Lycoperdon perlatumCommon Puffball - Lycoperdon perlatumMagpie Inkcap - Coprinus picaceusShaggy Ink Cap - Coprinus comatusMany-zoned Polypore - Trametes versicolorMany-zoned Polypore - Trametes versicolor

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2.gary palmer(non-registered)
hi keith, your starting to put together a good selection of sound pictures there mate! ill look forward to having a peek in the future to see what you've added. love the cauliflower fungus, its a good clean example.
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What a superb gallery of fungi, we never seem to get many in my neck of the wood. well done
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