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netherfield 8h
The undersides of mushrooms. Such diversity on our walk in the woods this week πŸ„
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Kaz 5h
To say I’m pleased with my little tiny finds is an understatement. These have eluded me for so long!
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Bob McIntosh Nov 26
jelly ears showing their translucency
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Katrina Nov 20
Viridothelium virens something I would have passed right by until recently. Feel like I have a new set of eyes.
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Bob McIntosh Nov 26
scarlet elf cups revisited... not much change
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Mike Perry Nov 21
Lots of fungi about at the moment - they seem to like the current dampness. Photo from my blog post:
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Bob McIntosh Nov 21
waxcap with some great gills
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Nature2U Nov 20
Happy Friday! Nice find of this group of Wood Jelly Ears and a fine Blewitt. While both are edible, they just looked too good in the wild to forage
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Francis Hickenbottom Nov 20
The richly coloured bay polypore (Polyporus badius) on a decaying log at Brockadale.
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Bob McIntosh Nov 23
cascade of sheathed woodtuft
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ChicksChange Nov 26
Golden Waxcaps in the wonderful old cemetery (Hygrocybe chlorophana)
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EastAfricanFungi Nov 27
Armillaria species found today after some heavy rains last night. Anybody know which species this is?
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Boletebill 59m
Dacryopinax spathularia, a jelly growing out of cracks in rotting wood. Often shaped like a tiny spoon, other times not so much. CT USA.
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Bob McIntosh Nov 26
natural habitat of the scarlet elf cups
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Katrina Nov 25
The soft blue hue caught my eye
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πŸ„Matt🌳 Nov 22
Witches butter (Exidia glandulosa)? Or Black Bulgar (Bulgaria inquinans)? Next time I will know to do the finger rubbing test where a black mark left on finger = Black Bulgar
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Peter Wright Nov 23
Some fantastic for πŸ‚πŸ„
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Bob McIntosh 7h
these waxcaps have great colours
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EastAfricanFungi Nov 25
Stropharia melanosperma (I think). I find these pretty often in grassy areas next to landscaping.
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🌱 🐈 Annette 🐈 12h
Pretty purple ... what is this ?
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