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Dave Handson

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  1. My last submission was available in IM before I got the confirmation email through.
  2. Hi Maria spotted your image on the BBC quiz show ‘House of Games’ broadcast 4th November 2020. Image was cropped around the needle point (cross stitch as they used on the show) Dave
  3. Thank DJ The fungi was in a deciduous woodland in North Yorkshire (Bolton Abbey) and having done a little more research i think it may be Cystolepiota seminuda but still not sure. I'll keep going and find out for sure. Regards Dave
  4. Jim Thanks for the reply. I have had a search based on your suggestion but I think the fungi may be closer to Cystolepiota seminuda, but I'm still not sure! I'll keep looking and may try a site specialising in fungi so as to get a positive ID. When i do find out I'll let the forum know. Regards Dave
  5. Can anybody help with the identification of the fungus on the picture below please? It was taken in a wood in England, in the autumn and the actual size of the head of the fungus are 5mm - 10mm across. Thanks in advance Dave
  6. Ian Dagnall image C67J5R - Times newspaper 2nd May - Falkland Arms pub, Great Tew
  7. I wonder who uploaded the 200,000,000th image and what was it of?
  8. PURPLE MARBLES - front cover of Transportation Professional March 2020.. Image of traffic on the approach to York Minster
  9. Having looked at the video it looks very much like an otter to me. If they know there is a food source they will continue to utilise it. Hope that helps? Dave
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