Category Archives: Botany

Cowichan native flora presentation and walk

Members of Comox Valley Nature (and others) may be interested in a native flora presentation and walk to be held in the Duncan area on October 29. This event will be led by Genevieve Singleton who is a friend of … Continue reading

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More notes on fungi and slime moulds

From an email by Jocie to the Botany Group on October 14. A few things: Here is a link from Mandy for an article in the Guardian that explains the importance of fungi. Alison has provided us with an excellent handout which … Continue reading

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Apricot jelly, anyone?

From an email by Jocie to the Botany Group on October 10. Here are some photos and notes from Alison M. about the lovely apricot jelly fungus. Alison’s notes I’d like to add these photos of Tremiscus helvelloides, which would I … Continue reading

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Weird random fungi (and a slime)

From an email by Jocie to the Botany Group on October 9. The fun of fungi is never knowing what will turn up from one year to the next…every year I seem to find fungi that are new to me. … Continue reading

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