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Common Ink Cap (Coprinus atramentarius)


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After rain, these older plants are dissolving into a black inky liquid. They can be found from May to December but are particularly common in Autumn. Pictured near Stevington, Bedfordshire - mid October 2005.

9th Oct 2005 by Diane Earl

Biology, Science

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