Fungi

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For campus Powdery Mildew species see the annual lists: 2013; 2014.

Family Scientific Name Common Name
Agaricaceae Chlorophyllum rhacodes Shaggy Parasol
Agaricaceae Calvatia gigantea Giant Puffball
Agaricaceae Cyathus olla Field Bird’s Nest
Amanitaceae Amanita rubescens Blusher
Inocybaceae Inocybe geophylla var.lilacina Lilac Fibrecap
Mycenaceae Mycena sp.
Psathyrellaceae Coprinopsis picaceus Magpie Inkcap
Psathyrellaceae Psathyrella conopilus Conical Brittlestem
Strophariaceae Leratiomyces ceres Redlead roundhead
Strophariaceae Pholiota sp.
Strophariaceae Hypholoma fasciculare Sulphur Tuft
Tricholomataceae Gymnopus peronatus Wood Woollyfoot
Tricholomataceae Lepista personata Field Blewit
Tricholomataceae Clitoybe sp.
Dacrymycetaceae Dacrymyces stillatus Common Jellyspot
Erysiphaceae Sawadaea bicornis
Erysiphaceaea Blumeria graminis
Gomphaceae Ramaria stricta Upright Coral
Schizoporaceae Hyphodontia sambuci Elder Whitewash
Nectriaceae Nectria cinnabarina Coral-Spot Fungus
Unplaced Illosporiopsis christiansenii
Bulgariaceae Bulgaria inquinans Bachelor’s Buttons
Microbotryaceae Ustilago arrhenatheri
Helvellaceae Helvella crispa White Saddle
Pyronemataceae Aleuria aurantia Orange Peel Fungus
Fomitopsidaceae Laetiporus sulphureus Chicken of the Woods
Fomitopsidaceae Piptoporus betulinus Birch bracket
Meripilaceae Grifola frondosa Hen of the Woods
Meruliaceae Phlebia radiata
Polyporaceae Trametes versicolor Turkey Tail
Phragmidiaceae Phragmidium violaceum Blackberry rust
Pucciniaceae Puccinia lagenophorae
Russulaceae Russula sp.
Stereaceae Stereum hirsutum Hairy Curtain Crust
Tremellaceae Tremella foliacea Leafy Brain Fungus
Tremellaceae Tremella mesenterica Golden Jelly Fungus
Xylariaceae Xylaria hypoxylon Candle-Snuff Fungus

3 Responses to Fungi

  1. Lindsay Stronge says:

    Hey, I found the following in the wilderness this week. I have photos if needed: Auricularia auricula-judae Jelly Ear / Tremella foliacea Leafy Brain / Bulgaria inquinans Black Bulgar /Stereum hirsutum Hairy Curtain Crust.

  2. Have just discovered the mycokey site http://www.mycokey.com/. Based around scandinavian species but there is a lot of overlap with the UK mycoflora.

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