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Patrick Neaves Feb 17
Spent some time today looking at all the detail to be found along the dry stone walls.
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Gary Snail Feb 15
Nice to be out hunting today - such a lot about πŸ˜€
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Ms Fungi Feb 13
I did not expect to see a little troop of Hypholoma fasciculare aka Sulphur Tuft at this time of the year πŸ˜ƒ Super cute though ☺️
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Donna Rainey Feb 19
Scarlet elf cup out in force today in local hazel woods.
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Bernoid 12h
Green Elfcup mycelium is so pretty.
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Chase G. Mayers Feb 15
I've come across more of these fungal-hyphae-bursting bacteria. Sometimes there's no evident hyphal walls, but the bacteria remain in tight, branching, filamentous strings suspended in the agar.
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Bernoid Feb 15
Don't know what these are yet but they look like tree teeth to me.
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Alice Maddicott Feb 11
Crazy fungi on my walk today - anyone know what it is?
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Carlye 6h
A little disco going on in the woods today. Snowy Disco Lachnum virgineum & Geastrum finds
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Anna Walker Feb 19
Caught my eye walking around.
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Mark Colvin Feb 18
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Emma Young Feb 11
Here are some of my finds today I have no idea what they are but they were beautiful!
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Celtic Wild Food Feb 17
Plenty of Scarlet Elf Cup brightening up the local woodlands at the moment. Also, still a few Velvet Shank and Oyster to be found
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Bernoid Feb 11
Scarlet Elfcup (Sarcoscypha austriaca)
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Monica Wilde Feb 11
They tasted as perfect as they looked! Divine (Oyster mushrooms ~ Pleurotus ostreatus)
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Anand Shah 8h
Our article in press highlighting Improvement in Exophiala dermatitidis airway persistence and respiratory decline in response to interferon-gamma therapy in a patient with cystic fibrosis
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Jane Bevan Feb 15
Seen on walk today . Could look it up or just ask twitter to identify.
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SystBio Uppsala Feb 18
In case you missed it, check out this of lab: "Multilevel Selection in the Filamentous Ascomycete tetrasperma" in
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IN Forest Alliance Feb 17
Soon it will be foraging time. State forests are the best public lands for foraging (since it's not allowed in nature preserves). Let's bring balance to our state forest policies so logging doesn't obliterate the fungi we forage!
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SOS SOiL Feb 19
we all eat plastic alas but vegan should especially be cautious to complement their food with wild plants or notill vegies as offsoil production lack essential aminoacids produced in nature by plant symbiotic that we get them by meat which ate wild plants
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