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Honey Fungus

Members of the Ackworth School Natural History Society carried out a fungal foray in the school grounds this evening. They found a number of species but one large clump stood out from the others. We often get clumps of fairly … Continue reading

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Maple Leaves in Autumn

In the grounds at Ackworth School yesterday, I noticed some striking leaves on an ornamental maple tree. Only a section of the tree is affected. The leaves on most of the tree are completely green. I suspect that the markings … Continue reading

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Howell Wood Fungi

Encouraged by this week’s talk from David Winnard on “Edible and Poisonous Plants and Fungi or the North-West,” I spent an hour in Howell Wood searching for fungi. Rain in the past few days has increased the chance of finding … Continue reading

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