Some beautiful mushrooms, namely Podoscypha species, Auricularia polytricha, Rigidoporus, this Friday

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This Friday I want to share some mushrooms I found in the forest on the #FungiFriday community being held or by @ewkaw

Hi everyone, today this Friday I again found some beautiful and unique mushrooms in the forest and some of these types of mushrooms often grow on rotting wood and on trees because fungi are organisms that get food from organisms, so mushrooms will absorb substances from wood where it grows and breeds until it grows.

And today I will show some mushrooms to those of you who like mushrooms because it's Friday and everyone must be waiting to show you unique and beautiful mushrooms, and some of the types of mushrooms that I found today are species Podoscypha, Auricularia polytricha, Rigidoporus. and all of these mushrooms have different shapes and have their own characteristics because mushrooms have their own side of beauty.



The first one I'm going to show you guys that I found today is the Podoscypha mushroom is a genus of fungi in the Meruliaceae family. This genus has a wide distribution, especially in the tropics, and contains about 35 species.

This Podoscypha mushroom has a texture that is not hard, usually this mushroom will grow in the rainy season because this mushroom is a Podoscypha mushroom, and in my area quite a lot of this type of Podoscypha mushroom grows.


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The second is black ear fungus (Auricularia polytricha, synonym Hirneola polytricha) is a species of fungus from the class Heterobasidiomycetes (jelly mushrooms) with dark brown fruiting bodies, semi-clear, bowl-shaped resembling a human earlobe. And this mushroom is edible and black ear fungus is also often used as an ingredient in traditional medicine because it is known to have anticoagulant properties. Mushrooms grow a lot on dead brown trees and at that time I saw this mushroom grow some black ear fungus and at that time I took some angles of the picture.


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The third one I show is that Rigidoporus is a genus of fungi in the Meripilaceae family. Many species in this genus are plant pathogens. This is a fungus that has a hard texture and people here call it wood fungus and it grows out of season and often grows on dry wood.


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CameraSmartphone
LocationForest Aceh, Indonesia
CategoryMushroom
EditingSnapseed
Photographer@ridor5301

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Hi friends, you have two types of beautiful mushrooms, and one is like a coral, and the stunya is like a small bag that was accidentally pulled out by a tree, both are very beautiful there.

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Thank you very much, friends, for stopping by my blog, those are some of the mushrooms I got in the forest.

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it seems the forest has become our fields, and the forest also always provides interesting things like this mushroom. beautiful and as it is.

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The mushrooms that you share that grow on the ground, I have never seen that, are very beautiful to look at

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@vikar thank you very much and really appreciate it, it's a Podoscypha mushroom they usually body in winter..

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I hope I can find it

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calm you will definitely get it better than this mushroom.😄

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Hey what !? The first mushroom looks like a flower, and it is very beautiful, unique mushroom, great find... 👏

Happy fridays my friend🤗

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I like the first one too. It reminds me the wooden leftovers after you sharpen pencils. The thin strip will turn and create circle like that. Very cool :D

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wooden leftovers after you sharpen pencils?? Yes it is very similar 👏

Really my imagination is not up to that level, you really have an extraordinary visual art 🙌😀

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It's very true at first glance, this mushroom is a bit similar in color to what you said is similar to the color of the rest of the wood sharpening a pencil, and this mushroom usually grows in the rainy season and currently our area is experiencing rain for the past few days so I found this mushroom.

and thank you for your kind comment and really appreciate it.😊

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wow all types of mushrooms that you share are very beautiful and the first mushroom I was more interested in even I have never seen and found it, this is really wild, I really like it. 👍

#fungifriday

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thank you very much, the Podoscypha mushroom will grow in the rainy season, calm down you will definitely find it because I see you found a beautiful and unique mushroom from this mushroom😄😄

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