It’s Fungi Time

Not all fungi are microscopic. You can see mushrooms, mold and mildew, for example. But most fungi feed through microscopic threads called hyphae. These threads dig into a food source, such as dead wood, bread, leaves or they release chemicals that break down the food. Then the fungi digest it and use the nutrients.

Well it’s October and the best time of the year for looking out for fungi especially in our Woodland

Here are some pictures of a few found this week and our feature picture is of Salmon Salad fungi a rare and special find. (feature photo by Neville Davies).

Yellow Stags Horn Fungi – Photo by Neville Davies
Milk White Russula Fungi – photo be Neville Davies

Why not become a ‘Fungi detective’ and see if you can spot some of these below