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Jelly drops fungus (Ascocoryne sarcoides), New Forest, Hampshire, England, UK. November.
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90794978 Jelly drops fungus (Ascocoryne sarcoides), New Forest, Hampshire, England, UK. November.© Guy Edwardes
Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura)  Selsdon Wood Nature Reserve, Surrey, England. October.
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90882637 Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura) Selsdon Wood Nature Reserve, Surrey, England. October.©
Common ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior) killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during major woodland management work, GWT Lower Woods, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90881920 Common ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior) killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during major woodland management work, GWT Lower Woods, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Common ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior) killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during major woodland management work, GWT Lower Woods, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90881919 Common ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior) killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during major woodland management work, GWT Lower Woods, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Row of Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree trunks killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during woodland management works, GWT Lower Woods, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90881918 Row of Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree trunks killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during woodland management works, GWT Lower Woods, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Common ash tree (Fraxinus excelsior) killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during woodland management work with warning notice about forestry works, GWT Lower Woods, Glouceste...
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90881917 Common ash tree (Fraxinus excelsior) killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during woodland management work with warning notice about forestry works, GWT Lower Woods, Glouceste...©
Common ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior) killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during woodland management work, GWT Lower Woods, Gloucestershire, UK, April.
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90881915 Common ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior) killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during woodland management work, GWT Lower Woods, Gloucestershire, UK, April.©
Stack of Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree trunks from trees killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during woodland management work with warning notice about forestry works,...
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90881914 Stack of Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree trunks from trees killed by Ash dieback disease (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) felled during woodland management work with warning notice about forestry works,...©
Black spot (Diplocarpon rosae) necrotic dark lesions and chlorosisd on a shrub garden rose (Rosa sp.) leaf, Berkshire, England, May
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90872023 Black spot (Diplocarpon rosae) necrotic dark lesions and chlorosisd on a shrub garden rose (Rosa sp.) leaf, Berkshire, England, May©
Sulphur tuft toadstool (Hypholoma fasciculare) and Lemon disco toad stool (Bisporella citrina) Clare Glen, Tandragee, County Armagh
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90870511 Sulphur tuft toadstool (Hypholoma fasciculare) and Lemon disco toad stool (Bisporella citrina) Clare Glen, Tandragee, County Armagh©
Snowy disco fungus (Lachnum virgineum) Gosford Forest Park, County Armagh, Northern Ireland.
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90870505 Snowy disco fungus (Lachnum virgineum) Gosford Forest Park, County Armagh, Northern Ireland.©
Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) visible as blue/green staining in rotting hazel wood (Corylus avellana). The colour visible here results from the mycelium. Peak District National Par...
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90868455 Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) visible as blue/green staining in rotting hazel wood (Corylus avellana). The colour visible here results from the mycelium. Peak District National Par...©
Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) fruiting bodies on decaying wood. Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. November. Focus stacked image.
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90868454 Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) fruiting bodies on decaying wood. Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. November. Focus stacked image.©
Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) visible as blue/green staining in rotting hazel wood (Corylus avellana). The colour visible here results from the mycelium. Peak District National Par...
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90868439 Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) visible as blue/green staining in rotting hazel wood (Corylus avellana). The colour visible here results from the mycelium. Peak District National Par...©
Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) fruiting bodies on decaying wood. Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. November. Focus stacked image.
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90868438 Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) fruiting bodies on decaying wood. Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. November. Focus stacked image.©
Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura), New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. October.
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90868284 Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura), New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. October.©
Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura), New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. October.
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90868268 Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura), New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. October.©
Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura), New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. October.
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90868252 Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura), New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. October.©
Fungi (Neodasyscyopha cerina) tiny cup fungi growing on rotting beech log, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, January Focus Stacked.
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90865605 Fungi (Neodasyscyopha cerina) tiny cup fungi growing on rotting beech log, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, January Focus Stacked.©
Fungi (Bisporella subpallida) tiny cup fungi growing on rotting beech log, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, January Focus Stacked.
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90865597 Fungi (Bisporella subpallida) tiny cup fungi growing on rotting beech log, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, January Focus Stacked.©
Oak Pin fungi (Cudoniella) around 3-4mm tall, usually found on decaying oak, Hertfordshire, England, UK, March Focus Stacked.
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90865589 Oak Pin fungi (Cudoniella) around 3-4mm tall, usually found on decaying oak, Hertfordshire, England, UK, March Focus Stacked.©
Beech jellydisc or jelly cup (Neobulgaria pura), always found on decaying Beech trees, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, October. Focus stacked.
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90864912 Beech jellydisc or jelly cup (Neobulgaria pura), always found on decaying Beech trees, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, October. Focus stacked.©
Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90861320 Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90861319 Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log in deciduous woodland, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90861318 Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log in deciduous woodland, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log in deciduous woodland, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90861317 Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log in deciduous woodland, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90861316 Yellow fairy cups / Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) fruiting cups emerging from a rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Ivy bee (Colletes hederae) sunning on a log with many Lemon disco (Bisporella citrina) fungi fruiting, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90860772 Ivy bee (Colletes hederae) sunning on a log with many Lemon disco (Bisporella citrina) fungi fruiting, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.©
Green wood-cup fungus (Chlorosplenium aeruginascens) on deadwood, amongst Haircap moss (Polytrichum sp). New Forest National Park, England, UK. October. Focus stacked image.
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90860251 Green wood-cup fungus (Chlorosplenium aeruginascens) on deadwood, amongst Haircap moss (Polytrichum sp). New Forest National Park, England, UK. October. Focus stacked image.©
Green wood-cup fungus (Chlorosplenium aeruginascens). New Forest National Park, England, UK. October. Focus stacked image.
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90860238 Green wood-cup fungus (Chlorosplenium aeruginascens). New Forest National Park, England, UK. October. Focus stacked image.©
Green wood-cup fungus (Chlorosplenium aeruginascens). New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. October.
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90860209 Green wood-cup fungus (Chlorosplenium aeruginascens). New Forest National Park, Hampshire, England, UK. October.©
Purple jelly disc fungus (Ascocoryne sarcoides). New Forest National Park, England, UK. October.
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90860180 Purple jelly disc fungus (Ascocoryne sarcoides). New Forest National Park, England, UK. October.©
Cup fungus (Dasyscyphella nivea) covered in water droplets, close up. Hertfordshire, England, UK. November. Focus stacked image.
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90859956 Cup fungus (Dasyscyphella nivea) covered in water droplets, close up. Hertfordshire, England, UK. November. Focus stacked image.©
Ash bark beetle (Hylesinus crenatus) galleries / tunnels under bark of Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree killed by Ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus). Surrey, England, UK.
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90859921 Ash bark beetle (Hylesinus crenatus) galleries / tunnels under bark of Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree killed by Ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus). Surrey, England, UK.©
Cup fungus (Lachnum rhytismatis) on rotting Oak (Quercus sp) leaf. Buckinghamshire, England, UK. September. Focus stacked image.
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90859809 Cup fungus (Lachnum rhytismatis) on rotting Oak (Quercus sp) leaf. Buckinghamshire, England, UK. September. Focus stacked image.©
Cup fungus (Dasyscyphella nivea) covered in water droplets, beside Zygote fungi (Zygomycota), close up. Hertfordshire, England, UK. November. Focus stacked image.
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90859808 Cup fungus (Dasyscyphella nivea) covered in water droplets, beside Zygote fungi (Zygomycota), close up. Hertfordshire, England, UK. November. Focus stacked image.©
Green elfcup fungus (Chlorosplenium aeruginascens) on rotting wood, mixed woodland near Bristol, UK, October.
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90859388 Green elfcup fungus (Chlorosplenium aeruginascens) on rotting wood, mixed woodland near Bristol, UK, October.©
Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree sapling dying from Ash dieback caused by (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) infection, leaves withering. Wiltshire, England, UK. May.
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90858736 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) tree sapling dying from Ash dieback caused by (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) infection, leaves withering. Wiltshire, England, UK. May.©
Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) diseased with Ash dieback, caused by Ascomycetes fungus (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus). Surrey, England, UK. July 2020.
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90855316 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) diseased with Ash dieback, caused by Ascomycetes fungus (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus). Surrey, England, UK. July 2020.©
Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) trees diseased with Ash dieback, caused by Ascomycetes fungus (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus). In woodland, Surrey, England, UK. July 2020.
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90855315 Ash (Fraxinus excelsior) trees diseased with Ash dieback, caused by Ascomycetes fungus (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus). In woodland, Surrey, England, UK. July 2020.©
Light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) fungal disease lesion on oilseed rape or canola leaf (Brassica napus)canola
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90840616 Light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) fungal disease lesion on oilseed rape or canola leaf (Brassica napus)canola© Nigel Cattlin
Magpie inkcap (fungus) (Coprinopsis picacea),  Sheepleas SWT, south of West Horsley, Surrey, England, October.
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90839155 Magpie inkcap (fungus) (Coprinopsis picacea), Sheepleas SWT, south of West Horsley, Surrey, England, October.© Linda Pitkin
Green Elf Cup Fungus (Chlorociboria sp) Savegre Valley, Costa Rica.
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90826388 Green Elf Cup Fungus (Chlorociboria sp) Savegre Valley, Costa Rica.© Adrian Davies
Black spot disease and chlorosis on Rose (Rosa sp) leaf caused by Fungus (Diplocarpon rosae). Berkshire, England, UK. August.
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90824563 Black spot disease and chlorosis on Rose (Rosa sp) leaf caused by Fungus (Diplocarpon rosae). Berkshire, England, UK. August.© Nigel Cattlin
Grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) spotting lesions on Rose (Rosa sp) flower caused by damp weather. Berkshire, England, UK. September.
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90824454 Grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) spotting lesions on Rose (Rosa sp) flower caused by damp weather. Berkshire, England, UK. September.© Nigel Cattlin
Rose (Rosa sp), aborted bud diseased with Grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) after damp weather. Berkshire, England, UK. September.
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90824453 Rose (Rosa sp), aborted bud diseased with Grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) after damp weather. Berkshire, England, UK. September.© Nigel Cattlin
Apple (Malus domestica) fruits infected with Brown rot (Monilinia spp.). Berkshire, England, UK. September.
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90824439 Apple (Malus domestica) fruits infected with Brown rot (Monilinia spp.). Berkshire, England, UK. September.© Nigel Cattlin
Jelly drops (Ascocoryne sarcoides)fungus on log, Peatlands Park, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland. November
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90803341 Jelly drops (Ascocoryne sarcoides)fungus on log, Peatlands Park, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland. November© Robert Thompson
Jelly drops (Ascocoryne sarcoides) fungus growing on cut tree stumpPeatlands Park, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland. November
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90803340 Jelly drops (Ascocoryne sarcoides) fungus growing on cut tree stumpPeatlands Park, Portadown, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland. November© Robert Thompson
Spatula Fungi (Spathularia flavida) A small fungi that fruits under Larch trees, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, October
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90802967 Spatula Fungi (Spathularia flavida) A small fungi that fruits under Larch trees, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, October© Andy Sands
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