Clathrus archeri – in colour!

The fungus Clathrus archeri is an Antipodean species that was first recorded in the UK about 100 years ago. It is most often seen in the south of England, but appears to be spreading north. In 2017 it was recorded in the Sheffield area for the first time. A total of...

Submitting your fungi records

Please send all your fungi records from “Sorbyshire” to our Fungi Recorder, Michael Senkans – email Please enable JavaScript to see this field.. For more information, please see the web page for the Sorby Fungus...

The Deceiver

The latest issue of the Sorby Fungus Group’s newsletter can now be downloaded from: www.sorby.org.uk/groups/sorby-fungus-group/

Sorby Fungus Group meetings – Autumn 2016

Saturday 1st October – Parkwood Springs Explore the plants and wildlife of the heathland (fungi too!) Meet at Cooks Wood Road / Shirecliffe Road car park for13.00, expect to finish around 15.00. Ziggy Senkans: 07910992449 / Please enable JavaScript to see this field....