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F U N G I A N D SLIME M O U L D S IN S U F F O L K SUPPLEMENT 1 M a r t i n & P a m Ellis a n d M a r t i n S a n f o r d M o s t of t h e 152 species r e c o r d e d h e r e h a v e b e e n f o u n d d u r i n g t h e last t w o y e a r s , 1 9 8 9 - 9 0 , b u t i n c l u d e d also a r e a f e w t h a t w e r e i n a d v e r t e n t l y o m i t t e d f r o m t h e 1988 list. A q u a t i c H y p h o m y c e t e s a r e r e p r e s e n t e d f o r t h e first t i m e . T h e s e b e a u t i f u l little f u n g i d e v e l o p o n t h e s u r f a c e of d e a d l e a v e s , especially t h o s e of a l d e r , c o l l e c t e d f r o m fast flowing s t r e a m s . Sites w h e r e i n t e r e s t i n g o r u n c o m m o n f u n g i o c c u r a r e n u m b e r e d . W h e n a species h a s b e e n f o u n d o n five or less of t h e s e sites t h e r e l e v a n t n u m b e r s a r e i n c o r p o r a t e d in t h e list. 1. A G A R I C A L E S A N D BOLETALES A G A R I C U S pilatianus, 36. A G R O C Y B E brunneola, 31. B O L E T U S albidus, 52. C A N T H A R E L L U L A obbata, 19. CLITOCYBE ericetorum, 47; incomis, 29; pseudoclusilis, 6, 7. COLLYBIA paupertina, 29. C O N O C Y B E magnicapitata, 29. C O P R I N U S flocculosus, 38; plagioporus, 31; truncorum, 14. C R E P I D O T U S applanatus, 13; subsphaerosporus, 7. E N T O L O M A caccabus, 7, 38; porphyrophaeum, 25. F L A M M U L A S T E R ferruginea, 7; limulatoides, 7; muricata, 7, 35. G A L E R I N A cinctula, 7; clavata; paludinella, 18; viscidula, 9. H Y G R O C Y B E aurantiosplendens, 15. L E P I O T A aspera, 7; rhacodes var. hortensis, 46; tenera, 49. L E P T O N I A anatina, 35; fulva, 35. M Y C E N A adonis, 9; debilis, 29; galopus var. nigra, 3, 38. N A U C O R I A rubriceps, 43, 47. N O L A N E A cuneata, 17. P H O L I O T A albocrenulata, 6. P L U T E U S griseoluridus, 52; pseudorobertii, 12; punctipes, 47. P S A T H Y R E L L A coprophila, 7; gordonii, 10; typhae var. bispora, 18, 41; typhae var. microspora, 4, 18.

PSILOCYBE apelliculosa, 17, 39; graminicola, 7; muscorum, 18. RUSSULA subfoetens, 47. T R I C H O L O M A apium, 47; resplendens, 35. 2. A P H Y L L O P H O R A L E S A N T R O D I A raraentacea, 18. A T H E L I A acrospora, 35. A U R I C U L A R I O P S I S ampla, 13. B O T R Y O B A S I D I U M intertextum, 7. C A N T H A R E L L U S friesii, 45. CERIPORIOPSIS gilvescens, 24. C O N I O P H O R A fusispora, 7. G R A N D I N I A barba-jovis, 35. H E R I C I U M erinaceum, 27. H Y P O C H N I C I U M analogum, 7; punctulatum, 18. INONOTUS obliquus, 7. L E P T O S P O R O M Y C E S galzinii, 7. P E N I O P H O R A pini, 7. P H A N E R O C H A E T E sanguinea, 14. PHELLINUS trivialis, 30. POSTIA undosa, 7. SCYTINOSTROMA ochroleucum, 24. T O M E N T E L L A puberula, 31. T R A M E T E S multicolor, 35. T R E C H I S P O R A byssinella, 13. T R I C H A P T U M abietinum; fuscoviolaceum, 23. TUBULICRINIS chaetophorus, 35. T Y R O M Y C E S chioneus, 14. X E N A S M A T E L L A tulasnelloidea, 35.

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3. H E T E R O B A S I D I O M Y C E T E S A C H R O O M Y C E S arrhytidiae, 13. BASIDIODENDRON caesiocinereum, 24. D A C R Y M Y C E S minor, 35. E X I D I A truncata, 35. H E L I C O B A S I D I U M brebissonii, 6. M Y X A R I U M grilletii, 7; podlachicum, 7, 18. 4. U R E D I N A L E S X E N O D O C H U S carbonarius, 22. 5. ASCOMYCETES A R N I U M leporinum, 6. C H A E T O M I U M murorura, 37; quadrangulatum, 37. C O L P O M A quercinum. D O T H I O R A taxicola, 24. E R Y S I P H E aquilegiae, 37; cynoglossi, 37; orontii, 37. G N O M O N I A rubi, 7, 12. H Y P O N E C T R I A buxi, 11, 26, 34, 50. L A M P R O S P O R A polytrichi, 43. L O P H O D E R M I U M apiculatum, 1. L O P H O T R I C H U S bartlettii, 37. M O R C H E L L A elata, 53. NIMBOMOLLISIA melatephroides, 31. N I P T E R A pulla, 31. O C E L L A R I A ocellata, 16. O P H I O S P H A E R E L L A herpotricha. P A R A D I D Y M E L L A tosta. P O D O S P H A E R A aucupariae, 47. S A C C O B O L U S citrinus, 6. SCUTOSCYPHA fagi, 7, 24, 45. S P H A E R O T H E C A euphorbiae, 29. S P O R O R M I E L L A leporina, 6. T U B E R raacrospora, 42; maculatum,

SEPTORIA sii, 48. SPADICOIDES xylogena, 18. T A E N I O L E L L A muricata, 7. 7. A Q U A T I C H Y P H O M Y C E T E S A L A T O S P O R A acuminata, 8, 24, 28, 51. A N G U I L L O S P O R A curvula, 28; furtiva, 8; longissima, 28; rosea, 8. A R T I C U L O S P O R A tetracladia, 21. CLAVARIOPSIS aquatica. 8, 51. C L A V A T O S P O R A longibrachiata, 8, 28,51. D E N D R O S P O R A nana, 8. D I M O R P H O S P O R A foliicola, 51. F L A G E L L O S P O R A curvula, 8, 28, 51. G O N I O P I L A monticola, 51. HELISCELLA stellata, 8, 51. HELISCINA campanulata, 51. HELISCUS lugdunensis, 8, 28, 51. L A T E R I R A M U L O S A uni-inflata, 8. L E M O N N I E R A aquatica, 28, 51; centrosphaera, 28, 51; terrestris, 51. M A R G A R I T I S P O R A aquatica, 8, 28, 51. PSEUDOANGUILLOSPORA prolifera, 24. S C O R P I O S P O R I U M minutum, 28. T E T R A C H A E T U M elegans, 28, 51. T E T R A C L A D I U M furcatum, 51; marchalianum, 8, 24, 28, 51; setigerum, 8, 24, 28. T R I C L A D I U M angulatum, 8, 28, 51; attenuatum, 8, 28; castaneicola, 8; curvisporum, 51; patulum, 8; splendens, 8. T U M U L A R I A aquatica, 8. V A R I C O S P O R I U M delicatum, 28; giganteum, 8. V A R I O C L A D I U M giganteum, 51.

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8. P H Y C O M Y C E T E S 6. D E U T E R O M Y C E T E S C O L L E T O T R I C H U M crassipes, 37. C U R V U L A R I A crepinii, 44. E N D O P H R A G M I A biseptata, 18. H E L I C O O N ellipticum, 18. O E D O C E P H A L U M pallidum, 44. PHYLLOSTICTA hedericola, 5, 46. PILIDIUM concavum, 35. R A M U L A R I A urticae, 10, 18, 20, 32.

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E N T O M O S P O R A americana, 35. P E R O N O S P O R A antirrhini. 9. M Y X O M Y C E T E S D I D Y M I U M difforme. SYMPHYTOCARPUS amaurochaetoides, 26, 33.


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SITES WITH R E F E R E N C E S T O T H E 10KM S Q U A R E S IN WHICH T H E Y O C C U R A N D INITIALS O F R E C O R D E R S A N D COLLECTORS IF KNOWN 1. Barnby Broad TM49 J.P.E., M.B.E. 2. Barton Mills TL77 L.H. 3. Bungay Common TM38 J.P.E., M.B.E. 4. Carlton Marshes, Sprats Water TM49 J.P.E., M.B.E. 5. Corton Woods TM59 J.P.E., M.B.E. 6. Darsham Marshes TM46 J.P.E., M.B.E. 7. Dunwich Forest TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E., R.W.E. 8. Dunwich River TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 9. Easton Woods TM58 C.N. 10. Flixton Holes TM59 J.P.E., M.B.E. 11. Fritton TG40 E . A . E . 12. Frostenden, Bloomfield Wood TM48 J.P.E., M.B.E. 13. Frostenden, Deephole TM48 J.P.E., M.B.E. 14. Frostenden, Old Henham Brickworks TM48 J.P.E., M.B.E. 15. Frostenden, White House Farm TM48 J . H . 16. Gromford Meadow TM35 R. & L.E. 17. Gunton TM59 A.B., R.B. 18. Henham, Norman Gwatkin Reserve TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 19. Henham Park TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 20. Henham Park, Broom Covert TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 21. Henham, River Hen TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 22. Hinderclay TM07 A.M. 23. Holbrook Gardens TM13 R. & L.E. 24. Holton Hall Park, stream TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 25. Martlesham Heath T M 2 4 R . D . 26. Mendlesham TM16 A.M. 27. Minsmere Reserve TM46 J.P.E., K. & G . P . , M.B.E.

28. Minsmere River TM46 J.P.E., M.B.E. 29. Nayland TL93 E.M-R. 30. Newbourn Springs TM24 F.R. 31. North Cove TM48/49 J.P.E., M.B.E., M.R. 32. Oulton, Fishers' Row TM59 J.P.E., M.B.E. 33. Redgrave TM07 A.M. 34. Reydon Grange TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 35. Reydon Wood TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 36. Reydon Wood, Green Lane TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 37. Southwold TM57 J.P.E., M.B.E. 38. Southwold Common TM57 J.P.E., M.B.E. 39. Southwold Denes TM57 J.P.E., M.B.E. 40. Southwold, Gun Hill TM57 J.M. 41. Southwold Town Marshes TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 42. Stonham Parva TM15/16 E.H. 43. Theberton, Whin Covert TM46 J.P.E., M.B.E., P . D . O . 44. Thorpeness TM45 J.P.E., M.B.E. 45. Tunstall Forest TM35 F.W.S., J.P.E., M.B.E. 46. Walberswick Common TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 47. Walberswick, Fen Covert TM47 B.T., J.P.E., J.T., L.F.C., M.B.E. 48. Walberswick Marshes TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 49. Walberswick, Sandy Lane TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 50. Wangford TM47 E . A . E . 51. Wenhaston, tributary of River Blyth TM47 J.P.E., M.B.E. 52. Weston, Grove Farm TM48 J.P.E., M.B.E., P.D.O. 53. Woodbridge, Notcutts Nursery M.D.C.

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A.B. Alan Beaumont A.M. Arthur Mayfield B.T. Beryl Tooley, Mrs. C.N. Clive Norton E . A . E . E .A. Ellis E . H . E. Hammond E.M-R. E. Milne-Redhead F.R. F. Remblance F.W.S. F. W. Simpson J.P.E. J. Pamela Ellis, Mrs. J.H. John Holmes J.M. John Minihane

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J.T. John Tooley K. & G.P. K. & G. Perkins L. F. C. Lowestoft Field Club L.H. Lilian Hawker M.B.E. Martin B. Ellis M.D.C. M. D. Crewe M R. Mary Remblance, Mrs. P.D.O. Peter D. Orton R.B. Reg Blacker R.D. Rob Dryden R. & L.E. Reg and Lil Evans R.W.E. Robert W. Ellis


Plate 5: Fungus new to Suffolk, Cantharellus friesii. (p. 87) (Photo: S. J. Foster)


Plate 6: Morchella elata a new Suffolk fungus associated with potting compost and composted bark mulch, (p. 87). (Photo: H. Mendel)

FUNGI AND SLIME MOULDS IN SUFFOLK Supplement 1  

Martin & Pam Ellis

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