FUNGIFRIDAY || ALL KINDS OF MUSHROOM PICTURES

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Good afternoon and greetings to all of us, so on this auspicious day I want to show you some pictures of mushrooms that I found a few days ago. Here are some pictures of mushrooms and their explanations.


Podostroma cornu-damae

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This fungus grows on old wood and has a stem like other plants. This mushroom has its own uniqueness, namely this mushroom can reflect light when it is dark. This mushroom grows to a height of about 1 cm, and this mushroom has a red color like coals of fire.


Pezizaceae

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This fungus grows on tree branches that are old or weathered, but this fungus grows very much if the place it grows is very humid. This mushroom has a different appearance from other mushrooms, this mushroom has many white hairs all over the petals. The mushroom has a faded red color and this fungus grows to a height of about 1 cm.


Inocybe

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Inocybe mushroom is a fungus that grows above the ground with a height of about 2 cm. This fungus can grow large if the soil it grows is very fertile. This mushroom has a white to yellowish color and above the petals there are very thin hairs. This mushroom can be eaten by humans but must be boiled first.


Marasmius rotula

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This mushroom grows very much, the Marasmius rotula mushroom has a small size but the stem is a little long, this mushroom has a very short life. This fungus grows on very dry leaves and this fungus grows to a height of about 2-3 cm with a width of about 20 mm petals. This mushroom has a brownish stem and whitish petals.


Trichia decipiens

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This mushroom grows on old wooden trunks and this fungus only grows during the rainy season, this mushroom has two color variations, namely when this mushroom is young it is white and when the fungus begins to mature it becomes red. This mushroom grows very much in one tree, this fungus has a very small shape or is equivalent to the shape of an ant.


User Tool Information

CameraRealme 5 pro
EquipmentMacro Lens
Objectsmushroom
EditLightroom
LocationIndonesia-Aceh
Photographer@flamego

All right, this is all in this post, I hope this is useful and thank you.

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Like a flame, it's awesome.

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Thank you very much for the compliment, the mushroom is very rare but very beautiful

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Manually curated by ackhoo from the @qurator Team. Keep up the good work!

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