FungiFriday : Red hair and little friends

The sound of birds singing sweetly as we enter a shady forest and the gentle breeze during the day feels like spring, this is a peaceful atmosphere, mushroom hunting not only gets beautiful things but also gives us joy, pleasure too satisfaction.

This time I want to show you two types of mushrooms that were hunted a few days ago.

1. Coprinopsis clastophylla

Shy red hair, this fungus generally grows on rotten wood, its size is very small with a maroon color on the petals. It is very susceptible to any touch, when my finger touches it, this mushroom immediately crumbles and falls, so we can only take pictures without having to hold or clean it.

On some images I tried to darken the background to make it look cleaner I hope you like this change.

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2. Polyporus leptocephalus

Generally this fungus has a large size, grows on trees or dead wood.
What's interesting here is that I accidentally found a group of beetles that were busy eating this plant.

They didn't even respond when I flipped the mushroom petals.
So this time I was accompanied by this little friend at a photo shoot.

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Here's my contribution to #fungifriday hosted by @ewkaw

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CameraRealme 8 Pro + macro lens
CategoryPhotography fungi
Light processingLightroom mobile
LocationAceh, Indonesia
Photography@khairamuliani


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The photos are really good. It highlights the unique details in the mushrooms. !discovery 20

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Great photos. The purple is so beautiful…
And so many beetles.

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Yes, it turns out that the beetle is one of the insects that likes to eat mushrooms, thank you for visiting ;)

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Cool colours again!
And those beetles are such a cool bonus :) I bet the orange pattern on their bodies are due to eating this mushroom.
Awesome find!

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Yes I think so, I think they can smell the mushroom from a distance and the orange color on the wings is very beautiful :)

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

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I don't know why but the first one reminds me of a lollipop! :D Even the colour!!

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Me of jellybeans :D

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Me too 😂

Jellybeans mushrooms, a new specie born in Fungi Friday corner 🎉😅

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Lol... jellybean shrooms... Sounds better than shroom-jellybeans - haha, doubt anyone would want that! :D

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Looks like I missed this fun conversation, lol
But I have an even more interesting jelly here
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Wow! Like a candy store.... lol

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These mushrooms look fantastic! I can't believe how beautiful these purple mushrooms are. Usually, they're gray or brown but these just pop with color!

Thanks for sharing this with us. Fungi Friday is fast becoming one of my favorite threads here on Hive. I can't wait for spring to go out and take some pictures of mushrooms myself.

Cheers!

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Yes, I was lucky to find these mushrooms, maybe if it's one more day late I won't be able to get pictures while they are still fresh. hopefully spring will come soon, can't wait to see the beautiful mushrooms growing in your place.

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Gotta love mushrooms and it's beauty, Great job with the photo.
You've just desturbed a little lunch time, how dare you! :)

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lol I'm sorry, the important thing is that you're happy, I'm happy too. :)

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