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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

BRITTLEGILL SP. MOST LIKELY PRIMROSE BRITTLEGILL


INEDIBLE

2 comments:

caterpillar girl said...

If found with pines - probably Primrose Brittlegill. You might have been lucky and found Russula erythropus, but this is rarer and more northern - eh up!

The Black Rabbit said...

Thankyou caterpillar girl (whoever you are?!)

Primrose Brittle Gill seems to be the one, though, unfortunately for ID purposes, it WAS found in a very mixed part of the New Forest - pines on one side, birch and others on t'other, and infuriatingly enough, this fungus was on the heavily grassed wide path int' middle - no trees near it.
I think you're right though - Primrose Brittlegill it is then!
Many thanks.