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Tom Kirby

This is a very interesting find and may well indicate that years like this (long warm summer and relatively dry) not only moves the season back but also throws up some rarities. We only have two records for Elaphocordyceps ophioglossoides in VC66, both recorded by the ubiqitous Gordon S. (found by m. Gallimore)
E.muricatus throws up two records for VC66 by Cath gillie and Alan Legg. That is all.