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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
Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans). Selsdon Wood Nature Reserve, Surrey, England, UK. October.
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90857417 Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans). Selsdon Wood Nature Reserve, Surrey, England, UK. October.©
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.©
Grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) fungal infection on stem of Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum).
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90844015 Grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) fungal infection on stem of Sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum).©
Brown rot (Monilinia laxa or M.fructigena) fungal disease on conference pear fruit on the tree, Berkshire, September
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90842589 Brown rot (Monilinia laxa or M.fructigena) fungal disease on conference pear fruit on the tree, Berkshire, September© Nigel Cattlin
Brown rot (Monilinia laxa or M.fructigena) fungal disease on conference pear fruit on the tree, Berkshire, September
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90842588 Brown rot (Monilinia laxa or M.fructigena) fungal disease on conference pear fruit on the tree, Berkshire, September© Nigel Cattlin
Dying branch tips on a common ash tree (Fraxinus excelsior), early signs of developing ash dieback disease (Hymenoscypus fraxineus), Berkshire
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90842584 Dying branch tips on a common ash tree (Fraxinus excelsior), early signs of developing ash dieback disease (Hymenoscypus fraxineus), Berkshire© Nigel Cattlin
Powdery mildew (Podosphaera pannosa) fungal infection on rose leaves, Berkshire, September
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90842581 Powdery mildew (Podosphaera pannosa) fungal infection on rose leaves, Berkshire, September© Nigel Cattlin
Brown rot (Monilinia fructigena) concentric rings of pustules emanating from a damage site on the fruit, Berkshire, September
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90842580 Brown rot (Monilinia fructigena) concentric rings of pustules emanating from a damage site on the fruit, Berkshire, September© Nigel Cattlin
Hypersensitive reaction to powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis) causing necrotic lesions on barley leaf
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90840634 Hypersensitive reaction to powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis) causing necrotic lesions on barley leaf© Nigel Cattlin
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
Bachelor's buttons fungus (Bulgaria inquinans), Abinger Roughs NT, Surrey, England, October
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90839234 Bachelor's buttons fungus (Bulgaria inquinans), Abinger Roughs NT, Surrey, England, October© Linda Pitkin
Jelly babies fungus (Leotia lubrica), Penn Wood, Buckinghamshire, England, November.
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90839184 Jelly babies fungus (Leotia lubrica), Penn Wood, Buckinghamshire, England, November.© Linda Pitkin
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
Powdery milew (Uncinula necator) fungal disease infection on poor fruit on a grape vine.
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90828229 Powdery milew (Uncinula necator) fungal disease infection on poor fruit on a grape vine.© Nigel Cattlin
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
Powdery mildew (Erysiphales) developing on Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) leaves. Berkshire, England, UK. October.
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90824573 Powdery mildew (Erysiphales) developing on Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) leaves. Berkshire, England, UK. October.© Nigel Cattlin
Powdery mildew (Erysiphales) developing on Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) leaves. Berkshire, England, UK. October.
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90824572 Powdery mildew (Erysiphales) developing on Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) leaves. Berkshire, England, UK. October.© Nigel Cattlin
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
Lupin (Lupinus sp) leaves with powdery mildew caused by Fungus (Erysiphales). Cultivated in garden, Berkshire, England, UK. June.
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90824542 Lupin (Lupinus sp) leaves with powdery mildew caused by Fungus (Erysiphales). Cultivated in garden, Berkshire, England, UK. June.© 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
Powdery mildew (Podosphaera pannosa) on Rose (Rosa sp) buds. Cultivated in garden, Berkshire, England, UK. June.
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90824379 Powdery mildew (Podosphaera pannosa) on Rose (Rosa sp) buds. Cultivated in garden, Berkshire, England, UK. June.© Nigel Cattlin
Powdery mildew (Podosphaera pannosa) on Rose (Rosa sp) leaves. Cultivated in garden, Berkshire, England, UK. June.
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90824378 Powdery mildew (Podosphaera pannosa) on Rose (Rosa sp) leaves. Cultivated in garden, Berkshire, England, UK. June.© 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
Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing amongst mosses, Tollymore Forest, County Down, Northern Ireland, UK. September.
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90797384 Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing amongst mosses, Tollymore Forest, County Down, Northern Ireland, UK. September.© Robert Thompson
Bog beacon fungus (Mitrula paludosa) growing on peat. Surrey, England, UK. May.
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90792547 Bog beacon fungus (Mitrula paludosa) growing on peat. Surrey, England, UK. May.© Adrian Davies
Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing from a rotting log in woodland, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90791508 Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing from a rotting log in woodland, Gloucestershire, UK, October.© Nick Upton
Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing from a rotting log in woodland, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90791507 Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing from a rotting log in woodland, Gloucestershire, UK, October.© Nick Upton
Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) Sussex, England, UK. September.
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90790387 Green elfcup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) Sussex, England, UK. September.© Adrian Davies
Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) Peatlands Park, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. October.
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90778391 Lemon disco fungus (Bisporella citrina) Peatlands Park, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. October.© Robert Thompson
Purple Jellydisc (Ascocoryne sarcoides) fungus, Wiltshire, England, UK, October.
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90776371 Purple Jellydisc (Ascocoryne sarcoides) fungus, Wiltshire, England, UK, October.© David Kjaer
Black bulgar or Bachelor's Buttons (Bulgaria inquinans) a jelly fungus that grows on fallen Oak, Ash and other hardwood trees, Hertfordshire, Englkand, UK, September. Focus Stacked
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90775995 Black bulgar or Bachelor's Buttons (Bulgaria inquinans) a jelly fungus that grows on fallen Oak, Ash and other hardwood trees, Hertfordshire, Englkand, UK, September. Focus Stacked© Andy Sands
Jellybaby fungus (Leotia lubrica) inedible fungi that resemble jellybabies, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September. Focus Stacked Image
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90775894 Jellybaby fungus (Leotia lubrica) inedible fungi that resemble jellybabies, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, September. Focus Stacked Image© Andy Sands
Black bulgar or Bachelor's Buttons (Bulgaria inquinans) a jelly fungus that grows on fallen Oak, Ash and other hardwood trees, Hertfordshire, Englkand, UK, September. Focus Stacked
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90775842 Black bulgar or Bachelor's Buttons (Bulgaria inquinans) a jelly fungus that grows on fallen Oak, Ash and other hardwood trees, Hertfordshire, Englkand, UK, September. Focus Stacked© Andy Sands
Black bulgar or Bachelor's Buttons (Bulgaria inquinans) a jelly fungus that grows on fallen Oak, Ash and other hardwood trees, Hertfordshire, Englkand, UK, September. Focus Stacked
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90775835 Black bulgar or Bachelor's Buttons (Bulgaria inquinans) a jelly fungus that grows on fallen Oak, Ash and other hardwood trees, Hertfordshire, Englkand, UK, September. Focus Stacked© Andy Sands
Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura) Peak District, Derbyshire, UK, October. Image taken using digital focus-stacking.
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90766361 Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura) Peak District, Derbyshire, UK, October. Image taken using digital focus-stacking.© Chris Mattison
Blue staining fungus / Green elfcup (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) fruiting bodies on rotting oak log. Sussex, UK, October.
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90766321 Blue staining fungus / Green elfcup (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) fruiting bodies on rotting oak log. Sussex, UK, October.© Adrian Davies
Lemon Disco fungus (Bisporella citrina), growing on dead oak branch.  Derbyshire, Peak District National Park, UK, October
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90758715 Lemon Disco fungus (Bisporella citrina), growing on dead oak branch. Derbyshire, Peak District National Park, UK, October© Chris Mattison
Green elfcup / Green stain fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginosa/aeruginascens) growing on a rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, November.
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90750792 Green elfcup / Green stain fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginosa/aeruginascens) growing on a rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, November.© Nick Upton
Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura) growing in Cypress-leaved plait moss (Hypum cupressiforme) Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK October
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90732413 Beech jellydisc fungus (Neobulgaria pura) growing in Cypress-leaved plait moss (Hypum cupressiforme) Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK October© Chris Mattison
Beech jellydisc (Neobulgaria pura) uncommon fungus that usually grows on fallen dead beech trees, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, October. Focus stacked image
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90730540 Beech jellydisc (Neobulgaria pura) uncommon fungus that usually grows on fallen dead beech trees, Buckinghamshire, England, UK, October. Focus stacked image© Andy Sands
Black earth-tongue fungus (Geoglossum cookeianum), Whiteford Burrows, Gower Peninsula, Wales, UK, October.
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90709805 Black earth-tongue fungus (Geoglossum cookeianum), Whiteford Burrows, Gower Peninsula, Wales, UK, October.© Nick Upton
Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing on rotting oak log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90709804 Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing on rotting oak log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.© Nick Upton
Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing on rotting oak log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.
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90709803 Black bulgar fungus (Bulgaria inquinans) growing on rotting oak log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, October.© Nick Upton
Purple jelly drops (Ascocoryne sarcoides / cylichnium) on rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, November.
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90709782 Purple jelly drops (Ascocoryne sarcoides / cylichnium) on rotting log, GWT Lower Woods reserve, Gloucestershire, UK, November.© Nick Upton
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