Foray reports

Click on the links below to see reports on some of our early forays.  You will find news from our more recent ones on the CAFG yahoo page once you have joined the group.
  • October 2nd 2010 - ROUKEN GLEN It was immensely gratifying that this pretty Glasgow park attracted 28 eager forayers, and although the attendance was swollen significantly by the presence of the Glasgow Natural History Society I ...
    Posted 13 Feb 2011, 10:34 by Dave Genney
  • September 19th 2010 - CHATELHERAULT COUNTRY PARK The Chatelherault foray represents a watershed for the Clyde and Argyll Fungus Group; attended by only four people, one of whom had to leave early in the afternoon, it was ...
    Posted 13 Feb 2011, 10:30 by Dave Genney
  • September 11th 2010 ROWARDENNAN - Loch Lomond You can more or less tell that you're in for a half-decent day when you have Auriscalpium vulgare, Lyophyllum connatum and Russula adusta in the bag almost before ...
    Posted 11 Mar 2011, 00:34 by Scottish Fungi
  • 29th August 2010, BARCALDINE & GLEN CRERAN, ARGYLL Our overall list of 99 species represents almost 10% of the total fungal species known to occur in Argyll, and we hardly touched the microfungi - not bad for a single ...
    Posted 18 Oct 2010, 06:17 by Scottish Fungi
  • 8th August 2010, CULCREUCH CASTLE, FINTRY Dick Peebles reports on the recent CAFG foray to Culcreuch Castle, Fintry...The complete species list is now availableThe foray was blessed with glorious sunshine and some very special ...
    Posted 22 Aug 2010, 01:16 by Dave Genney
  • 31st JULY 2010, GLEN CROE, ARDGARTAN, ARGYLL
    Posted 16 Aug 2010, 13:19 by Dave Genney
  • 25th JUNE 2010, LOCHWOOD, ANNANDALE
    Posted 21 Aug 2010, 17:00 by Dave Genney
  • 6th JUNE 2010, CULZEAN COUNTRY PARK
    Posted 18 Aug 2010, 14:43 by Dave Genney
  • 16th MAY 2010, Falls of Clyde SWT Reserve
    Posted 16 Aug 2010, 12:59 by Dave Genney
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