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Tuesday 11th June 2019

Today was another yucky weather day.  instead of going out into the wild, we brought the wild into the classroom again and watched the time lapse video below.  We then talked about how weird and wonderful fungi are and how most of them are actually underground and almost invisible to see for most of the year.

Fly agaric growing and dying time lapse

Fly agaric and 'Phallus impudicus' fungi filmed by Neil Bromhall for www.rightplants4me.co.uk This Fly agaric 'Aminita muscaria' sequence is material put together filmed over two seasons. At the end of the sequence a Stink Horn fungi 'Phallus impudicus' grows. It's head smells of rotting flesh to attract flies and other insects.

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