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Fungi - West Yorkshire


Fungi are neither plant nor animals, they feed on organic matter by releasing enzymes, a chemical used to break down whatever they are feeding on. They grow in damp woodland and grassy meadows and can be seen in Autumn.

Some species are edible and others poisonous, it is not advisable to pick unless you are an expert.



Fungi

Name: Blackening Wax cap Blackening Wax cap
Month: September
Location: Haworth

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Month: October
Location: Hardcastle Crags


Name: Bracket Fungus Bracket Fungus
Month: October
Location: Haworth

Name: Common Earth ball <%=Replace (RS("title"), vbCrLf, "<BR>") & "" %>
Month: October
Location: Stanbury


Name: Common Ink Cap Common Ink Cap
Month: October
Location: Hardcastle Crags

Name: Cramp Balls - King Alfred's Cakes <%=Replace (RS("title"), vbCrLf, "<BR>") & "" %>
Month: May
Location: Bridghouse beck


Name: Fly Agaric Fly Agaric
Month: October
Location: Haworth

Name: Honey Fungus <%=Replace (RS("title"), vbCrLf, "<BR>") & "" %>
Month: October
Location: Hardcastle Crags


Name: Liberty Cap Liberty Cap
Month: October
Location: Haworth

Name: Orange Peel Fungus <%=Replace (RS("title"), vbCrLf, "<BR>") & "" %>
Month: October
Location: Stanbury


Name: Sulphur Tuft Sulphur Tuft
Month: September
Location: Haworth



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