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Lady Belt Wood

LabyBeltNettedCrust311222-1
Netted Crust (Byssomerulius corium)

LadyBeltB&W311222-1

An unknown growing on Cramp Balls ( Daldinia concentrica)

LadyBeltRedRug311222-3

Bark Bonnet (Mycena speirea)

LadyBeltCoralSp311222-1

Coral Sp? Ramaria Sp?

This turned out to be

Artomyces pyxidatus

from

Anne to Neil

We were out on Saturday at Ladybelt Country Park, near Ketteringham and we found what we thought was a Ramaria on a branch.
When I got it home, I realised that it had a white spore print and that the spores did not look like Ramaria spores. And that the tips were like little candelabras.

Artomyces basidia x 60 (1)

Basidia

Artomyces basidia, gleocystidia x 60

Basidia, glyeocystidia

Artomyces clamp x 60

clamp

Artomyces gleocystidia x 60 (1)

glyeocystidia

Artomyces spores x 100 2

spores

From Neil to Anne

Hi Anne,

… … it sure is !!!
White spore print confirms it (plus the crowned tips).
Happy New Year Everybody !

LadyBeltLichen311222-2

Lichen Sp

LadyBeltLichen2311222-1

Lichen Sp

LadyBeltOyster311222-1

Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)


LadyBeltRedRug311222-1

LadyBeltRedRug311222-2



LadyBeltRedRug311222-4

Unknown ? Possibly Fire Rug Inkcap (Coprinellus domesticus)

LadyBeltSlimeMold311222-1

Slimemold Sp?

LadyBeltTurkeyTail311222-1

Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor)

LadyBeltTviridis311222-1
LadyBeltTviridis311222-2

Trichoderma viride

LadyBeltWoodBrownCup311222-1

LadyBeltWoodBrownCup311222-2

LadyBeltWoodBrownCup311222-3

LadyBeltWoodBrownCup311222-4

Brown Cup (Rustroemia firma)

LadyBeltWoodLarchDisco311222-1

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Larch Disco (Lachnellula occidentalis)

The second photo is a minth later after being kept in a damp box.

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Camarsporium oreades on a Sweetchestnut Leaf

LadyBeltWoodLeafMine311222-2

Leaf mine on Sweetchestnut Leaf (Stigmella samiatella)

from

UK Moths


LadyBeltWoodSpringHazelCup311222-1

LadyBeltWoodSpringHazelCup311222-2

LadyBeltWoodSpringHazelCup311222-4

LadyBeltWoodSpringHazelCup311222-5

Spring Hazel Cup (Encoelia furfuracea)

LadyBeltWoodMoss311222-1

Marble Screw-moss (Syntrichia papillosa)

LadyBeltWoodPine311222-1

Fungus on Scot's Pine needle

LadyBeltWoodSlimeMold2311222-1

Slime Mold Sp - started as white.


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Cley

CleyBarnOwl241222-1

CleyBarnOwl241222-2

CleyBarnOwl241222-6

CleyBarnOwl241222-4

Barn Owl (Tyto alba)

CleyDabchick241222-1

CleyDabchick241222-2

Little Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis)

CleyDucks241222-1

Wigeon (Anas penelope) & Shoveller (Anas clypeatus)

CleyMarshHarrier241222-1

CleyMarshHarrier241222-2

CleyMarshHarrier241222-3

CleyMarshHarrier241222-4

Marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus)

Cleywigeon241222-1

Cleywigeon241222-2

Cleywigeon241222-3

Wigeon (Anas penelope)

CleyLapwing241222-1

Lapwing (Vanellus vamellus)

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Erpingham

ErpinghamRedwing241122-1 1

ErpinghamRedwing241122-2

ErpinghamRedwing241122-3

Redwing (Turdus lliacus)

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Cley-Warham Greens-Aylmerton

CleyHeron201222-1

Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea)

CleyKingfisher201222-1 1

Kingfisher ♀︎(Alcedo atthis)

CleyPinkfeet2-122-1

Pink-footed Goose

A family of three Otters swam down the drain towards the sluice on the East Bank
putting on a marvellous display of gnashing teeth, sqealing, & squabbling amid swirling water and intermittent loud cries.

CleyOtter201222-1

CleyOtter201222-2

CleyOtter201222-3

CleyOtter201222-4

CleyOtter201222-5

CleyOtter201222-7

CleyOtter201222-8

CleyOtter201222-9

CleyOtter201222-10

Warham Greens

WarhamGreens201222-1

warhamGreensPallidHarrier201222-1

A distant view of the Pallid Harrier

Hen Harrier (Ringtail)

Marsh Harrier

Great White Egret

Red Kite

Aylmerton

AylmertonBewick201222-2

One of three Whooper Swans (Cygnus cygnus)





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Sheringham

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-1

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-2

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-3

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-4

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-5

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-6

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-7

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-8

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-9

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-11

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-12

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-13

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-14

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-15

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-16

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-17

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-18

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-19

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-20

SheringhamPurpleSandpiper191222-21

Purple Sandpiper (Calidris maritima)

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Glandford

GlandfordLichen1171222-1

GlandfordLichen2171222-1

GlandfordLichen3171222-1

GlandfordLichen4171222-1

GlandfordLichen6191222-1

GlandfordLichen8191222-1

GlandfordLichen9191222-1

GlanfordLichen5191222-1

Lichen Sp

GlandfordMoss191222-

White-tipped Bristle-moss (Orthotrichum diaphanum)

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Irstead

Irestead121222-1

Irestead121222-2

Irestead121222-3

Irestead121222-4

Irestead121222-5

Alder Carr Woodland

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Cley


Cley111222-1

CleyKestrel111222-1

CleyKestrel111222-2

CleyKestrel111222-3

CleyKestrel111222-4

CleyKestrel111222-5

CleyKestrel111222-6

CleyKestrel111222-7

CleyKestrel111222-8

CleyKestrel111222-9

CleyKestrel111222-10

CleyKestrel111222-11

Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus)

taking a preening moment in the sunshine before the fog came down again.

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Aylmerton

Aylmerton111222-1

Aylmerton111222-2

Aylmerton111222-3

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Cley

CleyPinkfoot021222-1

CleyPinkfoot021222-2

CleyPinkfoot021222-3

Pink-footed Goose (Anser brachyrhynchus)

Cley021222-1

Pink-footed Goose (Anser brachyrhynchus)

CleyTeal021222-1

Drake Teal (Anas crecca)

CleyPinkfoot021222-5

CleyPinkfoot021222-6

CleyPinkfoot021222-7

CleyPinkfoot021222-8

CleyPinkfoot021222-9

CleyPinkfoot021222-10

CleyPinkfoot021222-11

CleyPinkfoot021222-12

Pinkfooted Geese (Anser brachyrhynchus)

CleyShoveller021222-1

CleyShoveller021222-2

\CleyShoveller021222-3

CleyShoveller021222-4 1

CleyShoveller021222-5

CleyShoveller021222-6

Shoveller (Anas clypeata)

Cley021222-2

CleySparrowHawk021222-1

Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus)

CleyTeal021222-2

CleyTeal021222-3

Teal (Anas crecca)

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Aylsham Churchyard

AylshamChurchyard0anomalum021222-2

Anomolous Bristle-moss (Orthotrichum anomalum)

AylshamChurchyardFungus021222-1

AylshamChurchyardRickenella021222-1

Fungus Sp in a bed of Thickpoint Grimmia (Schistidium crassipilum)

AylshamChurchyardScrassipilum021222-1

Thickpoint Grimmia (Schistidium crassipilum)

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Cley

CleyBarnOwl011222-3

CleyBarnOwl011222-4

Barn Owl (Tyto alba)

CleyChineseWaterDeer011222-1

Chinese Water Deer (Hydropotes inermis)

CleyKingfisher011222-1

Kingfisher ( Alcedo atthis)

CleyWigeon011222-1

CleyWigeon011222-2

CleyWigeon011222-3

Wigeon (Anas penelope)

CleyPinkfoot011222-1

Pinkfooted Geese (Anser brachyrhynchus) coming in to roost after dark.

CleyMoon011222-1

Tonight's moon

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Sheringham

SheringhamWaxwing011222-1

SheringhamWaxwing011222-2

1st W ♂︎?

SheringhamWaxwing011222-3

SheringhamWaxwing011222-4

SheringhamWaxwing011222-5

SheringhamWaxwing011222-6

Ad ♂︎?

SheringhamWaxwing011222-7

The width of the yellow bar on the tail suggests ♂︎

SheringhamWaxwing011222-8

SheringhamWaxwing011222-9

Two adults on the right. 1st W on the left.

SheringhamWaxwing011222-10

More difficult. On 1st W on the right.

SheringhamWaxwing011222-11

SheringhamWaxwing011222-12

Ad ?

SheringhamWaxwing011222-13

SheringhamWaxwing011222-14

SheringhamWaxwing011222-15

Waxwing (Bombycilla garrulus)

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Cley

CleyBarnOwl301122-2

CleyBarnOwl301122-3

CleyBarnOwl301122-4

CleyBarnOwl301122-5

Barn Owl (Tyto alba)

CleyKestrel301122-1

CleyKestrel301122-2

CleyKestrel301122-3

Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus)

CleyKingfisher301122-1

CleyKingfisher301122-2

CleyKingfisher301122-3

Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis)

CleyLapwing301122-1

CleyLapwing301122-2

Lapwing (Vanellus vanellus)

CleyPintail301122-1

CleyPintail301122-2

CleyPintail301122-3

Pintail (Anas acuta)

CleyWigeon301122-1 1

Wigeon (Anas penelope)

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Dersingham Church

DersinghamChurchyardLichen291122-1

DersinghamChurchyardLichen291122-2

Lichenoglyphics on the headstones in the Churchyard

This one abundant on Church flint walls and in this case headstones.

Diploicia canescens

DersinghamChurchyardPplatyphyla291122-1

DersinghamChurchyardPplatyphylla011122-2

Wall Scalewort (Porella platyphylla)

On the Churchyard walls

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Sheringham

SheringhamWaxwing281122-1

The one on the right has white tips to the primaries, quite a thick band of yellow on the tail and a sharp border to the throat patch.

Suggests Ad ♂︎

SheringhamWaxwing281122-2

SheringhamWaxwing281122-3

More tricky - no white tips to the primaries, three red tips to the secondaries. Difficult to see the nature of the throat patch.

Likely 1st W ♂︎
SheringhamWaxwing281122-4

Judging by the well defined throat patches these are both males but age?

SheringhamWaxwing281122-5

Strong, well defined white tips to the primaries. Good amount of yellow on wing and tail. Throat patch a little less easy to see.

Probably Ad ♂︎

SheringhamWaxwing281122-6

The one on the right. No white tips on primaries. Thin yellow band on tail.

Porbably 1st W ♀︎

SheringhamWaxwing281122-7

SheringhamWaxwing281122-8

1st W ♀︎?

SheringhamWaxwing281122-9



SheringhamWaxwing281122-10

Ad ♀︎?

SheringhamWaxwing281122-11

The one in the middle 1W♂︎?


A party of seven Waxwings Bombycilla garullus) on the edge of Beeston Common

Ageing and sexing criteria from Teesmouth Bird Club

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Raveningham Hall

RaveninghamHallRing271122-1

The ring had not been moved for many a long year.

Comments

Scarrow Beck - Wickmere

ScarrowBeckGreatHorsetail221122-1

ScarrowBeckGreatHorsetail221122-2

ScarrowBeckGreatHorsetail221122-3

ScarrowBeckGreatHorsetail221122-4

ScarrowBeckGreatHorsetail221122-5

ScarrowBeckGreatHorsetail221122-6

ScarrowBeckGreatHorsetail221122-7

Great Horsetail (Equisetum telmateia)

ScarrowBeckPolypody221122-1

Polypody Sp

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North Denes

NorthDenesWindmill191122-1

NorthDenesWindmill191122-2

NorthDenes191122-1

NorthDenesBird'sNest191122-1

NorthDenesBird'sNest191122-2 1

Field Bird's Nest (Cyathus olla)

NorthDenesBplumbea191122-1

Paltry Puffball (Bovista plumbea)

NorthDenesCscabella191122-1

Hairy Parachute (Crinipellis scabella)

NorthDenesDuneCup191122-1

NorthDenesDuneCup191122-2

NorthDenesDuneCup191122-3

NorthDenesDuneCup191122-6

Dune cup (Peziza amophila)

NorthDenesEntolomaSp191122-1

Entoloma Sp?

NorthDenesFeatherStalkball191122-1

NorthDenesFeatherStalkball191122-1 2

NorthDenesFeatherSTalkball191122-2

Feathered Stalkball (Onygena corvina) on the feathers of a dead Razorbill.

Stacking by hand in the field about 40 shots.

NorthDenesFungus1191122-1

Fungus Sp?

NorthDenesFungus2191122-1

Clitocybe rivulosa/dealbata?

NorthDenesFungus4191122-1

Clustered Domecap (Lyophyllum decastes)

NorthDenesFungus5191122-1

NorthDenesFungus5191122-2

Psathyrella ammophila?

NorthDenesHpeploides191122-1 2

Sea Sandwort (Honckenya peploides)

NorthDenesMchlorantha191122-1 2

Mycena chlorantha

NorthDenesNrutilans191122-2

NorthDenesNrutilans191122-2 1

NorthDenesNrutilans191122-3

NorthDenesNrutilans191122-4

Neotiella rutilans

NorthDenesSstellatus191122-1

Canonball Fungus (Sphaerobolus stellatus)

Nestled in amongst Capillary Thread-moss (Bryum capillare)

Stacked by hand in the field.

NorthDenesTuningForkFungus191122-1 2

Tuning Fork Fungus Sp?

NorthDenesSeaHolly191122-1

NorthDenesSeaHolly191122-2

Sea Holly decaying. (Eringium maritimum)

NorthDenesFungus6191122-1

NorthDenesFungus6191122-2

Fungus Sp?

NorthDenesSheep'sBitScabious191122-1

Sheep's Bit Scabious (Jasione montana)

NorthDenesSmallWhite191122-1

Small fluffy white fungus on an Elder Twig
Slightly more grown up versions below.

NorthDenesWhiteFurry191122-2 2

NorthDenesLachnum191122-1

This group was about 2mm across

No to sure about the ghosting although the picture has been touched up.

Small fluffy white fungus on an Elder Twig Sp?

from

Tony M

I reckon those lovely small white fluffy fungi on the elder twig are Lachnella alboviolascens.

and

a

twinkling of about twenty Snow Buntings flew along the beach


and something extra

The small orange fungus that Stewart brought with him.

Stewart'sLittleOrange-2

The diagonal length was about 1mm

Stewart'sOrangeFuhfus-3 1

Again from

Tony M

The small orange fungus that Stewart brought along
was
Flammocladiella decora/Nectria decora [on an invisible host of
Massaria gigantispora] on a Field Maple twig.

Taken using a X10 Nikon microscope objective



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Cley

Cley181122-3

Cley181122-4

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