More about seasonal change (fungi)

fungi forestOn the subject of seasonal markers, fungi are another sign of the arrival of autumn. Both my four-year old son and I have been delighted by the fungi that seemingly appear overnight under a copse of pine trees near our home.

red toadstoolAccording to a fungi expert I heard interviewed the other day, fungi can often be found under pine trees – they take to the conditions that pines provide, though I am not quite sure what these favourable conditions are.

While my fungi-hunting expedition was successful, disappointingly, there were no signs of any pixies – perhaps it was a bit wet!

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  1. Pingback: Autumn in the Pohangina Valley – envirohistory NZ

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