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These three types were picked in a very old sheep pasture that has never been dressed with anything ,up to the middle 50s it was used for Rabbit Trapping and nothing else. The first two pictures show two types of Fungus that were growing on there own on the south facing slope of this pasture among some very active Rabbit Warrens.

The third picture shows Fungus that was there in abundance all along the west facing slope of this pasture land , it was growing alongside an old mixed growth hedgerow extending about ten yards out, when i arrived at this field it was not quite light and i picked one up and texture assumed they were bluelegs , when i returned an hour later they still looked like bluelegs but when i looked underneath they were orange in colour . There were more types of Fungi at this place including lots of horse Mushrooms .

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that is the underside of the last mushroom pictured, if they are edible i will make a killing or are they Iron Pyrites.

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Well mate I don't know with the first and the third the "bolete" looks a good one have you still got the stem? I'll get some books out.

 

Cheers Arry

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they are not plums and custard , they very much look like blewitts from the top but when you look underneath they are a very distinct orange/gold colour

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Nothing like Blewitts in the daylight , when i first saw them it was dark and their texture was like touching a Blue leg.

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Ain't touched a 'blue leg' in a long while lol. Was only ferreting down by the church? Jok.

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Can't find that top one Micky but I have sent pictures in the past to this site and they did get back to me. You could try them if you would like.

 

http://www.mushroomdiary.co.uk

 

Cheers Arry

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