Blog‎ > ‎

New Species of Fungi in East Sussex

posted 19 Nov 2015, 09:21 by David Taplin

Martin Allison, who led the fungi walk in the Country Park on the 17th October has listed all of the fungi found that day. It turns out that we found a new species for East Sussex - Poplar Knight!


Crowborough Country Park Fungi 17th October 2015


Species

English Name

 

 

Agarics (Gilled Fungi)

 

Coprinellus disseminatus

Fairy Inkcap

Coprinellus micaceus

Glistening Inkcap

Coprinopsis atramentaria

Common Inkcap

Crepidotus mollis

Peeling Oysterling

Entoloma minutum

 

Entoloma rhodopolium

Wood Pinkgill

Hypholoma fasciculare

Sulphur Tuft

Inocybe geophylla

White Fibrecap

Kuehneromyces mutabilis

Sheathed Woodtuft

Lactarius pubescens

Bearded Milkcap

Lactarius tabidus

Birch Milkcap

Marasmiellus ramealis

Twig Parachute

Mycena epipterygia

Yellowleg Bonnet

Mycena leptocephala

Nitrous Bonnet

Mycena speirea

Bark Bonnet

Naucoria escharioides

Ochre Aldercap

Tricholoma cingulatum

Girdled Knight

Tricholoma populinum

Poplar Knight

 

 

Bracket Fungi

 

Ganoderma australe

Southern Artist’s Bracket

Mensularia radiata

Alder Bracket

Piptoporus betulinus

Birch Polypore; Razor Strop Fungus

Stereum hirsutum

Hairy Curtain Crust

Stereum subtomentosum

Yellowing Curtain Crust

Trametes versicolor

Turkeytail

 

 

Puffballs

 

Lycoperdon pyriforme

Stump Puffball

 

 

Cup Fungi & Allies

 

Helvella lacunosa

Elfin Saddle

Rhytisma acerinum

Sycamore Tarspot

Xylaria hypoxylon

Candlesnuff Fungus

Comments