Fungilovers-mushrooms that grow in the cold and vary uniquely with their color


Hello friends, lovers of #Fungilovers, wherever you are, I hope you are always in good health

on the day I will show some of the results of photo shots that I found a few days ago,, I found a very unique mushroom, and I didn't know the name of this mushroom so I looked it up on google lens. Apparently this mushroom has a name, namely.
this mushroom has a name is (gymnopus luxurians-agaricaceae) the mushroom has a reddish-brown hat color that fades to pale brown. The gills are white to cream, when packaged tightly attached, grooved, the stem is light brown in color, ripe to hard slender. ,


This mushroom can not be consumed or can not be eaten because it has an unpleasant aroma, may contain toxic substances in the skin of the mushroom, and the stem. has a fine white fur, I found this mushroom growing in the cold soil that is not exposed to the sun,

thank you, greetings from me @herryson

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locationACEH INDONESIA


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I also seen this one, this mushroom loves wet soil right? And yeah fascinating indeed.

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yes the growth is wet soil, and under the cold weather, but what I see is growing there is steel lumbu, which has long dried up, because I often throw away the steel lumbu, maybe that's the cause of the fungus growing

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