Kinder Egg of the Dead

Posted by Graeme Lyons , Thursday, 13 March 2014 21:11

This is the Cedar Cup, an unusual fungi that can be found beneath Cedars and therefore, is often found in churchyards and cemeteries. I saw these ones in Midhurst thanks to a tip off from Sarah Patton but as I was photographing them I suddenly began craving sugar but I couldn't think why.
Then it dawned on me. With the creamy white inside layer and chocolate brown outer layer, they look just like Kinder egg chocolate! So who took my surprise?! I think Sarah must have raided all of them.

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