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Photos taken late October in Corcrain. All the pictures were taken in the Corcrain woodland area, except one from the Tandragee Road.


Autumn
Each year in Autumn, many of the old trees in Corcrain, change colour before shedding their foliage.

Gate
One of the entrances to the wilderness.

Shaggy Parasol
In late September and October many strange new forms appear, in the wooded area. This is the shaggy parasol (Macrolepiota Rhacodes). Another specimen of this is found furthur down the page.

Yellow Fungus
This unusual yellow fungus grows in abundance beneath the shelter of the trees. I am unsure of its identity but possibly a Xerocomus subtomentosus, but definately a Boletus of some form. Does that make sense?

Pestle Puffball
Another unusual growth emerges from the tall grass. This is a pestle puffball (Calvatia excipuliformis)

Shaggy Parasol 2
This one looks like something that would help illustrate a fairy tale. It is a more mature specimen of the first fungus picture on this page. (Macrolepiota rhacodes)

Woody Nightshade
A vivid purple and yellow flower of Woody Nightshade (Solanum dulcamara), struggles through the maze.

Berries
The changing colour cycle of these berries is evident.

Blackberries
A cluster of ripening blackberries brightens the greenery.

Colours
The many splendoured colous of autumn

Leaf
Changing colours with the rhythyms of nature.

Murrill
Another group of stirring fungi. I think these are Meadow Wax-caps

Rose Hips
Providing a splash of colour.

Unknown Fungus
Tortoiseshell pattern growing in the short grass

Liberty Caps
Little clusters of mushrooms break the monotony of the green carpet. These are Psilocybe Semilanceata