A New Tooth Fungus for the Wyre Forest – Bob Kemp
Fungus enthusiasts familiar with the Wyre Forest in autumn will often encounter the relatively common Wood Hedgehog Fungus Hydnum repandum. Occasionally they may also see Jelly Tongue Psuedohydnum gelatinosum on fallen wood or the inconspicuous Ear Pick Fungus Auriscalpium vulgare growing out of a pine cone. But Bob Kemp describes how he found the tantalising evidence of a new Tooth Fungus for the Wyre.
(From Wyre Forest Study Group REVIEW 2017)