Wood Mulberry fungus, Earlham Cemetery, 26 January 2024

It's not often that I get to see a new fungi that I'd never even heard of before! 

Jeremy had very kindly given me directions to some Wood Mulberry, Bertia moriformis that Vanna had found growing on a dead Lime branch in a tucked away corner of the cemetery. Belinda and I were going into Norwich for lunch today and as we always park at the cemetery and walk in it was the ideal opportunity. It took me all of about a minute to find it although the 'log' wasn't as big as I'd envisaged! The Winter Aconites and Common Snowdrops nearby were looking great and a hint that winter might be slowly relinquishing it's grip!


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