Magpie inkcaps spreading

Magpie inkcaps spreading

Magpie inkcaps in Castle Grounds, Bridgnorth, gradually spreading from the spot under a mature oak where they first appeared. For several years they have all been coming up in the same patch of earth, well covered in wood chip mulch under a clump of trees. This year there were a few still in the original place. But there have been more in flower beds on the other side of a path.

Magpie inkcaps spreading

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  1. They’re unmistakable, but rare in this country and usually found in beech woods. I think this colony might have been brought in to Bridgnorth on the wood chipping mulch.

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