There are Waxcaps in the meadows in Devon: Meadow Waxcaps.
I’m looking through some old photographs of fungi and see these Meadow Waxcaps.
I’ve blogged about Meadow Waxcaps before:
Killerton and the Meadow Waxcaps
Here they are in Coloured Figures of English Fungi or Mushrooms by James Sowerby from 1797:
Just glancing underneath I can see the gills on which the spores are produced:
What an incredible pattern.
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