Monday, June 3, 2013

North Dean Wood 03-06-13

I had a walk around the wood, and turned my attention to finding another Ophiocordyceps ditmarii, which I did manage to find after two hours of painstaking searching.

Ophiocordyceps ditmarii,  above and below. The fly was decomposed to a significantly greater degree, compared to the previous two specimens I found.

Synchytrium taraxaci, above and below.

A Crocicreas species, growing on a Rubus stem.

Snowy Disco (Lachnum virgineum) on a Rubus stem.


  1. Well done for perseverence on the Cordyceps. Did you put the other finds on this blog or your own?
    Can't find them.

  2. Hi Steve,
    I put them on this blog, as I'm running behind on my own blog.