ELAPHOMYCES CYANOSPORUS new to Britain

@article{Hobart2012ELAPHOMYCESCN,
  title={ELAPHOMYCES CYANOSPORUS new to Britain},
  author={C. Hobart},
  journal={Field Mycology},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={139-140}
}
During the 2011 BMS autumn foray we visited Yarner Wood belonging to the National Trust. This is one of the best ancient oak woodlands in Devon. It is on acid soil and was originally coppiced for charcoal production. Emerging from a bank near to a rather large oak was a black rounded object approx 1 cm across covered in fine warts. I assumed it was an immature Tuber species or, rather more exciting, Pachyphloeus melanoxanthus a rarity which I had collected the previous month. Closer inspection… Expand
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