Blogs

A list of all blogs in reverse chronological order:

103 – Fungi of The Rigi 04.06.2017

102 – Otari-Wilton’s Bush Annual Foray, 28 May 2017 28.05.2017

101 – The Dog’s thoughts on mushrooms 18.03.2017

100 – The first mushroom for 2017 02.01.2017

99 – An afterimage 02.10.2016

98 – Fungus hunting in Otago 17.09.2016

97 – Sheep milk and boletes 04.09.2016

96 – Did the spoon turn black? 28.08.2016

95 – Dust to dust … 21.08.2016

94 – Mushroom lights 13.08.2016

93 – A mycology of New Zealand in 10 fungi 07.08.2016

92 – “Great Britain needs ergot from New Zealand” 31/07/2016

91 – The ghost in ‘my patch’ 24/07/2016

90 – He harore rangi tahi 14/07/2016

89 – Weraroa and the bombing of Berlin 09/07/2016

88 – If a tree falls in a forest ….. 01/07/2016

87 – What Colenso might have seen 25/06/2016

86 – Central Park, Wellington 18/06/2016

85 – Noddy cap revisited 04/06/2016

84 – The mud mushroom 28/05/2016

83 – Sunday stroll at Otari 21/05/2016

82 – Moreen Naidu 14/05/2016

81 – The lost world 

80 – Little pig, little pig, let me come in 29/04/2016

79 – Otari-Wilton’s Bush Annual Foray, 24 April 2016 24/04/2016

78 – Back to Otari – Wilton’s Bush, 16 April 2016 16/04/2016

77 – Let’s go to Red Rocks 01/01/2016

76 – One with the Earth 17/12/2015

75 – A pustulent lump 12/12/2015

74 – The common-basket stinkhorn: Ileodictyon cibarium 11/07/2015

73 – Smoker’s-lung milkcap – Lactarius turpis 06/07/2015

72 – A tumble of scarlet pouches 04/07/2015

71 – Who is the weeping widow? 27/06/2015

70 – The balding webcap 23/06/2015

69 – Geoff’s pouch: Nivatogastrium baylisianum 13/06/2015

68 – You’re not in Guatemala now Dr Ropata 07/06/2015

67 – A wet Tuesday in April 28/04/2015

66 – 2015 Fungal Foray, Otari-Wilton’s Bush, 25-26 April 2015 

65 – Otari-Wilton’s Bush, 19 April 2015 25/04/2015

64 – Time to get serious 01/04/2015

63 – The autumn rains begin 25/03/2015

62 – Autumn brings a little torrential rain 08/03/2015

61 – False chanterelles, drought, and astronauts 02/03/2015

60 – The driest January since 1879 06/02/2015

59 – A picnic at Lake Rotoiti, Nelson Lakes National Park  29/01/2015

58 –  Te Ahumairangi Hill/ Wellington town belt 02/01/2015

57 – Christmas day, 2014 25/12/2014

56 – From harbour to hills 20/12/2014

55 – Bolton Street Memorial Park (5) 01/11/2014

54 – Tulip fire 18/09/2014

53 – Mushrooms on toast 03/09/2014

52 – The purple funnelcap – Lepista nuda 15/08/2014

51 – The layerd cup – Peziza varia 30/07/2014

50 – Hochstetter’s blue pinkgill 12/07/2014

49 – So what do you know about fungal wood rot? 09/07/2014

48 – The Scaly flamecap 03/07/2014

47 – “…no good purpose is served by leaving it all to rot” 28/06/2014

46 – A strange yellow Amanita 24/05/2014

45 – More Mushrooms in the Wellington Botanic Garden 20/05/2014

44 – Bolton Street Memorial Park (4) 18/05/2014

43 – Otari-Wilton’s Bush, Sunday 11 May 2014 17/05/2014

42 – Bolton Street Memorial Park (3) 12/05/2014

41 – Mushrooms in the Wellington Botanic Garden 

40 – Bolton Street Memorial Park (2) 04/05/2014

39 – Otari – Wilton’s Bush Fungal Foray 2014 27/04/2014

38 – Greta Stevenson and Marasmius curranii 25/04/2014

37 – Otari-Wilton’s Bush, Sunday 20 April 2014 22/04/2014

36 – Bolton Street Memorial Park 13/04/2014

35 – Otari-Wilton’s Bush 30 March 2014 13/04/2014

34 – Don Horne: natural history photographer 26/03/2014

33 – Otari-Wilton’s Bush, Sunday 9 March 2014 16/03/2014

32 – Some fungi of spring and early summer 2013 22/11/2013

31 – Otari – Wilton’s Bush Fungal Foray 2013 25/05/2013

30 – The postman rings again 22/05/2013

29 – Pouch, secotioid, or sequestrate? 17/05/2013

28 – The drought has broken 30/04/2013

27 – The End of Latin 23/04/2013

26 – Split gills and Peruvian sleepers 06/09/2012

25 – Yellow rain and ink caps 03/09/2012

24 – The garden swordbelts – Agrocybe praecox 18/08/2012

23 – The Swede, the fungus and the hobbit 08/07/2012

22 – The pouch strangler: Squamanita squarrulosa 03/07/2012

21 – Taranaki wool 23/06/2012

20 – The powerlifters of the fungal world 13/06/2012

19 – Kaipupu Point, Queen’s birthday weekend  05/06/2012

18 – Coprinus and the compost bin 31/05/2012

17 – This Way Up 26/05/2012

16 – Mushrooms under silver birch 20/05/2012

15 – The birch bolete. Or is it? 12/05/2012

14 – A strange Amanita: Noddy’s flycap in New Zealand 29/04/2012

13 – Autumn harvest – Wellington 2012 23/04/2012

12 – Otari – Wilton’s Bush Fungal Foray 2012 21/04/2012

11 – A mainland island in the making: Kaipupu Point 11/04/2012

10 – Frustrating fungi 10/10/2011

9 – Spring rain and fresh mulch 08/10/2011

8 – Vineyards and giant puffballs 04/07/2011

7 – Dreaming spires and Favolaschia 11/06/2011

6 – The scarlet roundhead 03/06/2011

5 – Eucalypts and fungi  27/05/2011

4 –  Otari – Wilton’s Bush Fungal Foray 2011 21/05/2011

3 – Mushrooming season 15/05/2011

2 – Churchyard fungi 12/05/2011

1 – Post quake mushrooms 08/05/2011