29th September


Drumboe Woods.


Heavy showers with intermittent rain.


I hadn't seen this Hygrocybe nivea before, but it shouted 'Waxcap" at me. Commonly known as the Snowy Waxcap.

Two returning flowers: - Selfheal and Common Catsear. The Autumn Hawkbit has all gone to seed, now and the Catsear is reclaiming the space it had in May, June and July.


The lilac Bramble is still trying. The fruits look and taste just like any other Bramble.


Clavulina cristata was showing under the young Oak trees. About 3 cm. tall.

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