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Zoned Tooth Fungus Hydnellum concrescens

P

4

4

ditto

A Tooth Fungus Hydnellum ferrugineum

P in Norfolk?

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-

ditto

A Tooth Fungus Hydnellum scrobiculatum

P?

1

-

ditto

Velvet Tooth Hydnellum spongiosipes

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6

5

ditto

A Tooth Fungus Phellodon confluens

P

2

1

ditto

P

3

1

ditto

Species

Oak Polypore Piptoporus quercinus

Nail Fungus Poronia punctata

Tulostoma melanocyclum Scaly Stalkball

P?

5

1

ditto

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

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Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records.

Other survey work completed or in progress

Comments

Norfolk Fungus Group has offered updated records. BMS web database

Classified Vulnerable, included in the provisional red data list of European fungi. Records from Felthorpe, Holt. The Surlingham record is no longer considered to be correct by Trevor Dove who made the original det. Hydnellum spp. Difficult to distinguish and errors may have been made. Classified Near threatened. Not recorded from Norfolk, but occurs in West Suffolk, Yorkshire.

Record from VC27 in 1971 with no other data. Not recently recorded from Norfolk

Classified Vulnerable, included in the provisional red data list of European fungi .Felthorpe, Marsham, Wheatfen. Hydnellum spp. are difficult to distinguish and errors may have been made. Surlingham 2005 – needs confirmation. Classified Vulnerable, included in the provisional red data list of European fungi

Classified as Endangered on the pRDL. First recent record for Norfolk in Sept 03 near Castle Rising, first since Plowright 1873

Listed on the GB Red List as Endangered, There are old records on the fungus database & National Mycological Inst. Records, but premature to record as extinct in Norfolk. Norfolk Action Plan published December 1998, revised April 2004. Classified Endangered in Red Data List Regularly recorded from Holme Dunes, also Burnham, Old Hunstanton. New to BAP Species List June 2007

Present or absent in Norfolk

records in

squares

database

recorded

since 1980

No. of

No. of 1km Possible other sources

of data sets

22

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