Would you like to know whether the fungi in your garden or those you see on a walk are edible poisonous, rare or common? If so, why not join us on a walk, traditionally called forays when fungi are involved (see our Programme), or join our group.
Gwent Fungus Group
Agaricus campestris - Field Mushroom Amanita phalloides - Death Cap
Infundibulicybe geotropa - Trooping Funnel Lycoperdon exciculpiforme - Pestle Puffball Gliophorus psittacinus - Parrot Waxcap
Contact roger@gwentfungi.org.uk or phone 07745 840714 © GFG 2020
Family foray
Cick on photos of fungi to reveal their names
N.B. All of our forays have been postponed until further notice
Would you like to know whether the fungi in your garden or those you see on a walk are edible poisonous, rare or common? If so, why not join us on a walk, traditionally called forays when fungi are involved (see our Programme), or join our group. N.B. All of our forays have been postponed until further notice
Gwent Fungus Group
Agaricus campestris - Field Mushroom Amanita phalloides - Death Cap
roger@gwentfungi.org.uk or phone 07745840714  © GFG 2020
Infundibulicybe geotropa - Trooping Funnel Lycoperdon exciculpiforme - Pestle Puffball Gliophorus psittacinus - Parrot Waxcap