Haslemere Natural History Society Foray at Witley Common 12th October 2008




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Haslemere Natural History Society Foray at Witley Common 12th October 2008



Name

English name

Notes










Amanita citrina var alba

False death cap

Smells of raw potatoes

Amanita muscaria

Fly agaric




Calocera viscosa

Yellow stagshorn

Found on conifer stumps and roots

Chroogomphus rutilus







Claviceps purpurea

Ergot




Clitocybe dealbata




Deadly poisonous

Clitocybe fragrans




Smells of aniseed

Clitocybe gibba

Funnel cap




Clitocybe nebularis

Cloudy cap

The very old, rotting caps are sometimes parasitized by Volvariella speciosa

Collybia butyracea

Butter cap




Collybia confluens







Collybia maculata

Foxy spot or spotted toughshank




Cortinarius flexipes







Cortinarius sanguineus

Blood-red webcap




Cystoderma amianthinum







Daedalopsis confragosa

The blushing bracket




Gymnopilus penetrans







Hebeloma crustuliniforme

Poison pie




Hebeloma mesophaeum




Said to smell of burnt sugar

Helvella crispa




Stalk looks like a stick of celery

Heterobasidion annosum




Parasitic on the roots of coniferous trees

Hypholoma fasiculare

Sulphur tuft




Inocybe geophylla







Inocybe geophylla var lilacina







Khuneromyces mutabilis







Laccaria laccata

The deceiver




Lactarius torminosus

The griping toadstool

One of the milk caps

Lycoperdon perlatum







Lycoperdon pyriforme




The only puffball that grows on wood

Mycena galericulata







Parasola (Used to be Coprinus) auricomus




One of the small ink cap species

Parasola (Used to be Coprinus) plicatilis




One of the small ink cap species

Phallus impudicus

The stinkhorn

We found this in the egg stage

Piptoporus betulinus

The birch bracket or the razor strop fungus




Russula betularum

Birch brittlegill




Russula delica




A big, very hard, whitish Russula

Russula gracilima

Slender brittlegill




Russula xerampalina

Crab brittlegill

Smells of old fish

Scleroderma citrina

The common earthball




Scleroderma verrucosum




Very like citrina but with a much smoother skin

Sistotrema confluens




A very unusual species. Smells of iodine

Thelophora palmata




Smells of old cabbage

Trametes versicolor

The many-coloured bracket




Tricholoma album







Tricholoma cingulatum




Small grey Tricholoma –with a ring on the stem. Found near Sallow

Tricholoma equestre

A yellow tricholoma more commonly found in Scotland

Some books say this is edible but it can cause severe muscle paralysis

Tricholoma lascivum







Tricholoma sulphureum




Smells of coal tar gas

Boletus subtomentosus

Xerocomus subtomentosus




One of the sponge caps with a dry velvety cap surface


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