Hampshire Fungus Recording Group

Documenting the Fungi of Hampshire

UK Fungus Day - Rufus Stone - Sun 12 Oct 2014

Field event ID: HF1419

New Records:
First for HFRG: Flammulaster carpophilus var. subincarnatus

UK Fungus Day forayers
UK Fungus Day forayers
Photo © Stuart Skeates

OS Grid areas: SU2712

Weather: Thankfully the rain held off for the foray following a week of rain and showers.

Report: There was a good turn out of members and guests for HFRG's second event of the UK Fungus Day weekend. Once again the Rufus Stone had a good range of fungi for us to see including several species of lactarius, russula and boletes in addition to the usual suspects growing on wood. These toadstools inspired one of the younger members to draw the fungi whilst we were in the field. There were two species of the iconic New Forest genus Hericium to see - H erinaceus (Bearded Tooth) and H coralloides (Coral Tooth) along with a beautiful specimen of the type species of Cortinarius - C violaceous (Violet Webcap). Apart from drawing fungi our artist of the day found the second only occurrence of what is a common fungus in chalk beechwoods but rare here, Mycena crocata a delicate bonnet fungus with its distinctive orange juice. A tiny fungus with a delicate pale brown scurfy cap that the group had not recorded before was found growing on beech masts and tracked down to be Flammulaster carpophilus var. subincarnata. UK Fungus day had produced something for everyone.

Species list

Amanita citrina, Amanita excelsa var. spissa, Armillaria ostoyae, Basidioradulum radula, Bjerkandera adusta, Boletus badius, Boletus edulis, Boletus luridiformis, Boletus pruinatus, Boletus subtomentosus, Bulgaria inquinans, Calocera cornea, Cantharellus tubaeformis, Chlorociboria aeruginascens, Clavulina coralloides, Clavulinopsis helvola, Clavulinopsis luteoalba, Clitocybe nebularis, Clitocybe odora, Clitopilus prunulus, Cordyceps militaris, Cortinarius purpurascens, Cortinarius violaceus, Crepidotus cesatii, Daedaleopsis confragosa, Daldinia concentrica, Exidia nucleata, Flammulaster carpophilus var. subincarnatus, Ganoderma australe, Gymnopus dryophilus, Gymnopus fusipes, Helvella lacunosa, Hericium coralloides, Hericium erinaceus, Hydnum repandum, Hydropus floccipes, Hyphoderma setigerum, Hypholoma ericaeum, Hypholoma fasciculare, Inonotus cuticularis, Laccaria amethystina, Lactarius blennius, Lactarius chrysorrheus, Lactarius lacunarum, Lactarius quietus, Lactarius vellereus, Leccinum aurantiacum, Leccinum scabrum, Marasmius rotula, Melanotus horizontalis, Mycena crocata, Mycena flavoalba, Mycena galericulata, Mycena haematopus, Mycena pelianthina, Mycena pseudocorticola, Mycena pura, Mycena sanguinolenta, Mycena vitilis, Oudemansiella mucida, Panellus stipticus, Paxillus involutus, Phallus impudicus, Phlebia livida, Phlebia tremellosa, Pholiota aurivella, Pluteus cervinus, Pluteus salicinus, Polyporus leptocephalus, Rickenella fibula, Russula atropurpurea, Russula claroflava, Russula fellea, Russula fragilis, Rutstroemia petiolorum, Schizophyllum commune, Simocybe sumptuosa, Skeletocutis nivea, Stereum gausapatum, Stereum hirsutum, Stereum subtomentosum, Trechispora stellulata, Trechispora stevensonii, Tricholoma fulvum, Tricholoma sciodes, Tricholoma sejunctum, Volvariella bombycina

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