Mousepee Pinkgill

Posted by Graeme Lyons , Wednesday, 30 October 2013 19:13

Has to be the most awesome name for a fungus. I am fairly confident that this little fungus that I found on tightly grazed chalk-grassland at Seaford Head on Sunday is a Mousepee Pinkgill. It did smell funny but I must admit that I don't know what mousepee smells like. The fact that the stem bruised a strong blue-green seems to be a good identification feature as does the habitat. Just a quick one, busy day tomorrow...

3 Response to "Mousepee Pinkgill"

Gibster Says:

What's happening tomorrow? ;)

Graeme Lyons Says:

I have SOOOOOO much ironing to do, I have taken the day off to catch up with it.

Bill Urwin Says:

You could alternatively employ the permanently rumpled look.

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