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Ball Fungi

Ball fungi will be familiar to most of us as we tended to stamp on them when we were younger just to see the smoke emerge in clouds! There are several species of ball fungi, not all of them puffballs.

Bracket Fungi

Bracket fungi always grow on trees, the cap facing up and, of course, the pore producing surface facing downwards. It helps to identify the tree it is growing on as many prefer a specific species.

Miscellaneous Fungi

There are a number of fungi that do not conform to toadstool or bracket shapes and are not jeelies, crusts and so on. I have gathered these together here.