Natures Little Helpers #1

Fungi | Sheffield | 2016 | © Postcard Cafe  (sp1010096e)

I’ve struggled to find the name of these little helpers so if anyone can shed any light on what these fungi might be called please leave a comment below.  Thanks…

More about how wonderful fungi are, on Trees For Life HERE 

A diary date for people who have access to BBC or BBC iPlayer 7th January – The Magic of Mushrooms.  Possibly one of the best programmes about fungi – Details HERE

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4 Comments

    1. Thanks for the link. I’m afraid It hasn’t provided any more clues. I watched a fantastic programme on the BBC called the Magic of Mushrooms and it is simply wonderful. Not only did I learn loads but it has some brilliant photography/videography in it. It is being re-shown on 7th January after which it will be on the BBC iPlayer – Do you have access to the BBC iPlayer? I don’t know how the internet of things works! I will add the link to details of the programme in the blog post…

    1. Happy new year to you 🙂
      Yes, I’m with you on bracket fungi although narrowing it down to a particular named species appears to be the tricky bit. My fungi expert said he needed views from different angles to be definite. Whatever they are called they do a splendid job even if they are an underrated part in our ecosystems. If you have time then do watch the Secret Life of Mushrooms this coming Saturday, 8:00 on BBC 4. It is a rewarding and fascinating documentary with some great photography… I’ve linked to the details of the programme from this blog post.
      Have a creative 2017
      Best wishes. Mr C

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