The purpose of this category of the Wom Brook blog is to record some of the different types of plants found in the vicinity of both the Wom Brook and along the Railway Walk.
If you have seen similar examples of the plants featured, please leave a comment – it will assist us in both identifying the different species, and also their locations.
It is believed that the above fungus is a False Chanterelle
(scientific name: Hygrophoropsis Aurantiaca)
Advice-do not eat.
It was found on open grassland, adjacent to the Brook, in an area that is regularly cut by the Council.