QUODITCH EDUCATION DEVON
On a recent fungus foray over fifty different species were identified at Quoditch. This, on top of the ones already found, means that there are at least seventy differing species here. As we can photograph and identify them we will put them up on these web pages.
We started to put up the pictures of our fungi chronologically but now we are changing that and are classifying them by type. It's adifficult job. We're not quite sure whqt we are doing!!
The pages are currently as follows
FUNGI - BOLETES
FUNGI - BRACKET FUNGI
FUNGI - BRITTLE GILLS AND MILK CAPS
FUNGI - BROWN-GILLED MUSHROOMS
FUNGI - CLUB AND TOOTH
FUNGI - CUP AND FLASK
FUNGI - JELLY
FUNGI - PUFFBALLS, STINKHORNS etc.
FUNGI - SLIME MOULDS
FUNGI - TRUE MUSHROOMS AND TOADSTOOLS
IDENTIFIED BUT YET TO BE CLASSIFIED - "SIGHTINGS"
Page last updated 5th January 2008
Mushrooms and other fungi of Great Britain and
Europe, Roger Phillips (Macmillan Reference
Country Guides - Fungi of Britain and Northern
Europe, Paul Sterry (Chancellor Press 1991)
A Magna Field Guide - Mushrooms, Mirko Svrcek
(Magna Books 1994)
Encyclopaedia of Fungi - Gerrit J Keiser (Rebo Productions 1997)
Field Guide to the Mushrooms and Toadstools of Britain & Europe - David Pegler (Kingfisher Books 1998)
PHOTOGRAPHS on this web site may be freely used for non-profitmaking educational purposes. For other uses please contact us.
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