Fungi Friday : Aleurodiscus & Coprinellus flocculosus

This is one of my contributions to #FungiFriday by @ewkaw hopefully I can always give my best from the previous day.

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Happy Mushroom Friday to all mushroom lovers,

Some time ago when I was trying to harvest oil palm fruit in my garden, I passed a rotten palm tree trunk and then I saw that there were so many white toadstools growing there, but because some of the umbrellas were already open they made a scent. from this mushroom is not delicious

I tried to take some photos with a slightly farther distance so that I could take some photos of the mushrooms growing there, these mushrooms are usually called Coprinellus flocculosus

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after that I tried to walk the other way and I found there was a small piece of wood that was weathered but there was a red mushroom growing there, at first glance it looked like a red ear mushroom but the difference was that this mushroom had a hard skin. Another name for this mushroom is Aleurodiscus

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CameraPoco x3 Pro
LocationAceh, Indonesia
CategoryMacro photography
EditingLightroom
Objeckmushrooms
Photographer@vikar


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Wow, those are healthy mushrooms, interesting for us to see.I can enjoy the beauty of the red mushrooms that you share and I think they have a very nice color

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thank you very much, I just saw this mushroom that has such a beautiful color

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You always show pictures of beautiful mushrooms, Mushrooms that are white look like straw Mushrooms, and they are usually edible.

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thank you very much, at first glance similar to straw mushrooms, but the size of this mushroom is bigger

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