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Lynne Thomas 13m
Found these shroom disks while walking around the Howardian Local Nature Reserve today
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Christine Barretto🍃💚🍃 Sep 28
Wow, some of the variety of life in Masseys wood How lucky we are to have this on our doorstep
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MycoKeys Sep 28
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Matthew J. Kirby Sep 28
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Phys.org 3h
Virus turns deadly from foe to friend in
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Ginger nuts 6h
Something exciting is happening here but what? Can anyone help identify these guys
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Brittany Stockwell Sep 24
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Marc Sheridan 22h
Mushrooms grow in damp places, thats why they are shaped like umbrellas. 🍄
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Bear X Sep 28
The largest "chicken of the woods" that I have ever found.
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Gotenkslovesme 24h
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Wingard Wearables Co 3h
Took this picture at the foot of a BIG TREE. The fungus looks great on the moss. What type of fungi are these? The orange is quite vivid. The cream colored one has a cool architecture
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Woodcrest Dude Sep 26
Why do people think this is okay? Nasty ass bare feet on the plane. Two flights in a row. -jam
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Sarah Gillbard Sep 27
Two garden finds today. That fungi has appeared over night!
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Angie Dawn Sep 26
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The Selborne Society 6h
Autumn images from ... and a heads up for our annual Foray coming up this weekend with expert Alick Henrici. See the website here , and watch this space for more details! 🍄
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Namrata Sep 28
She has taken every obstacle as an opportunity for her growth.
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Astrid Hood Sep 27
As the day progressed, the Magpie Inky Cap mushroom shrivelled and dribbled. @ Washburn Island
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Jon || Sporesy 🍄 Sep 27
King Stropharia grown in a woodchip bed in the backyard.
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Matthew J. Kirby Sep 25
looks like something took a nibble out of this one
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Sophie Cooper🌍💚 Sep 23
A magical & drizzly wander on to find fly agaric . They always seem to appear once I give up looking! 🍄🤗😍💚
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