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Common Split Gill

 The weather has finally moderated and I actually worked in the backyard this afternoon.

This odd mushroom easily caught my attention and was easy to identify: 69 more words

Mushrooms

Weekend Fungi Spotting  28 February 2015 

I partook of a bit of weekend fungi spotting on Saturday 28 February – while hanging out the washing and going for a late afternoon walk along a country road. 73 more words

Scientists

Mushrooms | What's up little sprouts? | 3.11.2015

Dear Mushrooms,

We’re looking forward to welcoming Mushrooms (age 1-3) and their caregivers tomorrow morning for a special highlight of early growth in the Pinetum and Greenhouse, and special take home edible treats for your windowsill. 314 more words

Winter

Pan Fried Monkfish with Simmered Greens and Mushrooms

Monkfish is a rather homely (to us — they probably look just fine to each other) denizen of the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean.  It allegedly tastes like,  and has the texture of, lobster tail.   730 more words

Cooking

Mushrooms | Lettuce and Snow Cakes | 3.4.2015

In anticipation of the coming snow and rain we’ve prepared a few treats for the classroom.  Caregivers, join us in the classroom tomorrow morning for our next Mushrooms meetup (age 1-3).  382 more words

Winter

Fungi Spotting - 27 February 2015

On my morning walk to work I was lucky to observe some excellent fungal specimens, including mushrooms, bird nest fungi (possibly Cyathus stercoreus) and two types of Stinkhorn fungi – Colus pusillus and Phallus rubicundus. 58 more words

Natural History