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Sandy Stiltball Battarrea phalloides

P

59

8 (may refer to only 5 sites)

Norfolk Fungus Group

Fen Puffball Bovista paludosa

P

7

1

ditto

Orange Chanterelle Cantharellus friesii

? in Norfolk?

-

-

Berkeley’s Earthstar Geastrum berkeleyi

P

1 record in BMS database

-

ditto

Weathered Earthstar Geastrum corollinum

P

7

1

ditto

Elegant Earthstar Geastrum elegans

P

2

-

ditto

Tiny Earthstar Geastrum minimum

P

16

12

ditto

Bearded Tooth fungus. Lion’s Mane, Hedgehog Hericium erinaceus

P

1

1

ditto

FUNGI AND LOWER PLANTS

FUNGI

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Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database

Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database

Listed as Endangered on the GB Red List. Danby Wood, Cockley Cley, Narborough, Drayton Road, Stoke Holy Cross. Recent records provided by Trevor Dove. Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998. Update underway by Communities and Nature BAP Topic Group. Classified Endangered in RDL Known from Buxton Heath (1996) and Brundall

Classified Vulnerable Not recorded from Norfolk. Records from Yorkshire and East Suffolk. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Classified Endangered Blakeney 1926 New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

Classified Endangered. Several pre 1900, Wortwell 1983 and 1985. 2006 in a greenhouse near Edgefield! New to national list of BAP priority species 2007 Classified Endangered Holkham Meals 2002 and 2003 but subject to confirmation New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

Classified Vulnerable Holkham – four small populations over about 1 km. New to national list of BAP priority species 2007

Classified Endangered. Occurred for the first time in Norfolk at Whitlingham in 2006

records in

squares

database

recorded

since 1980

Species

Present or absent in Norfolk

No. of

No. of 1km Possible other sources

of data sets

Other survey work completed or in progress

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