Fungi are intriguing and many people who delve into their world become quite passionate about this mysterious group! Flick through a book on fungi and names such as tawny grisette, amethyst deceiver, skullcap dapperling and slippery jack will jump off the pages. In Britain there may be as many as 10,000 different fungi, of which approximately 3,000 can be found in Norfolk.
Fly agaric, by Peter Dent

Questions & advice

How can I tell whether a fungus is edible or poisonous?
How can I get rid of the fairy ring on my lawn?
Are the brown toadstools at the base of my tree honey fungus?
Should I remove toadstools from my lawn to prevent children and pets eating them?
What is the difference between a toadstool and a mushroom?
How can I find out more about fungi?
How many species of fungi occur in Norfolk?