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Anne A Madden, Ph.D. Nov 20
419 million years ago soil fungi learned to hunt for meat. The history and diversity of carnivorous fungi:
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Gary Snail Nov 21
I really should know what these are? But can anyone help me with ID please ☺️
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Robert Blanchette Nov 16
Ischnoderma resinosum, a polypore found on hardwoods in the US, is usually a dull brown to black but it can have extraordinary coloration when young.
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ethereal spirits Nov 23
Legit trametes versicolor aka turkey tail mushrooms. Found yesterday
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Gary Snail Nov 13
My favourite parrot Waxcap has just started to appear again in the same spot as last year
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Bruce Langridge 19h
Beautiful but harmful? Velvet Shank Flammulina velutipes have erupted out of the trunk of a silver lime tree Tilia tomentosa Looks great but does it mean this equally lovely tree is unwell? I hope not.
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Carlye 18h
Not all are blessed with looks
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Elliott H Burns Nov 22
Great to see some Yellow Stagshorn (Calocera viscosa) and other found today at Basildon Park!
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Samuel Marent Nov 20
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Carlye 9h
Who knew white spots could be so tricky A little family of New on the go
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Celtic Wild Food Nov 19
I never tire of taking photos of these Devils Fingers this was one of half a dozen or so which were showing today. Hardly ever see flies on these, mostly prone to slug attack
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Tina Death Nov 23
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Cell Host & Microbe Nov 22
Fungi to the rescue: Commensal recapitulate the protective benefits of . New
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Gary Snail 11h
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Bernoid Nov 23
Everywhere you look
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Miss Agent Dukes Nov 23
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PNAS Nov 17
Special partnership between and may help elucidate atmospheric trends, past and future.
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George Swann Nov 23
Enjoyable walk in the woods this p.m very few fungi around, need id for this specimen Inkcap/brittlecap?
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Francis Hickenbottom Nov 18
Scarlet caterpillar club fungus (Cordyceps militaris) growing on a caterpillar or beetle larva in north Leeds.
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russell miller Nov 17
The Old Man of the Woods Strobilomyces strobilaceus. Several seen under ancient beech in Windsor Great Park. Dried caps can look like pine cones. Rarely recorded .
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