Spotted yesterday, on the canal bank near Wharf Lane in Brownhills, this little red gem. Fly Agaric is mostly found under birch trees, and this little fellow was no exception. I know that Kevin, the fungi fanatic behind @ws7weather will love this…


A near perfect specimen. 1:48pm, Saturday, 16th October 2010.


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2 Responses to Perfection

  1. richlakin says:

    Great image, Bob. Fly agaric is the classic fairytale mushroom. There are some great puffball mushrooms on Doxey Marshes in Stafford.

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