Martin's Meadows and Brandeston, Suffolk, 17 September 2023

Our Sunday out was in mid-Suffolk where we visited the small SWT reserve of Martin's Meadows and then did a nice walk at nearby Brandeston. 

Apart from fruit picking I found a few items of interest. At Martin's Meadows the Meadow Saffron (aka Autumn Crocus) the site is famous for was looking very nice and on the meadow edge I found Red-banded Webcap  and Spectacular Rustgill.

On the walk at Brandeston on a wide grassy verge under oaks I found both Rooting Bolete and Iodine Bolete (the latter under a yew hedge and taken home for checking) plus a nice oozy Oak Bracket on one of the large oaks.

                                                                                                                               Meadow Saffron
                                                                                                                                 Spectacular Rustgill

                                                                                                                              Red-banded Webcap

                                                                                                                                     Iodine Bolete

                                                                                                                                     Oak Bracket
                                                                                                                                    Rooting Bolete

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