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Cauliflower Fungus

By Billlee
Cauliflower fungus, Sparassis crispa. Another unusual denizen of the woods. This one is good to eat and tastes of aniseed, but is apparently difficult to clean!! Found in the Lake District.

Tags: Edible Fungus Woodland Wood Close-up and macro Cauliflower

Voters: danbrann, C_Daniels, MalcolmS and 1 more


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danbrann Plus
11 567 16
12 Oct 2006 4:43PM
Bill after listening to a 90 min Av talk on fungi on tuesday i feel i know a lot about them now but hadn't heard of this one.A good informative series

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Billlee 9 5.5k England
12 Oct 2006 4:51PM
Got some books on them Danny, including one by George McCarthy ( How to Photograph Mushrooms) which is brilliant!!
C_Daniels Plus
11 399 10 England
12 Oct 2006 5:08PM
Looks like a sea sponge Bill...
MalcolmS Plus
10 1.1k 13 England
12 Oct 2006 9:19PM
Well spotted Bill, never seen one of these before

Malcolm
RipleyExile 12 1.6k 17 England
16 Oct 2006 3:23PM
Looks more like yellow lettuce.

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