British Wildlife 09.3 February 1998

Fungal Flowers: the Waxcaps and their World

When I was about seven, we lived near the top of a limestone hill in the Peak District, overlooking the town of Buxton. Though this was a mad and sadistic place to build a house, it was quite good for wildlife, and one of the things I remember is the quantities of brightly coloured toadstools which appeared in the grass at the end of summer

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