Shaggy Ink Cap - Woolston Linear Park, Warrington

Chris Monks

Warrington, United Kingdom

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The Shaggy Ink Cap (Coprinus comatus) is a common Fungus, allegedly edible, that grows in meadows, woods and by roadside verges. They appear from April to November and are at their greatest abundance after rain.

Taken in the undergrowth in Woolston Linear Park, Warrington, England

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