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 2018
Family foray
Cick on photos of fungi to reveal their names
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
roger@gwentfungi.org.uk or phone 07745840714  © GFG 2018
Infundibulicybe geotropa - Trooping Funnel Lycoperdon exciculpiforme - Pestle Puffball Gliophorus psittacinus - Parrot Waxcap