Three unique mushrooms from around the plantation namely mushroom hypoxylon, mushroom stemonitis axifera and mushroom mycena pura

in Fungi Lovers2 months ago

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A walk to the plantation in the morning was delightful and every friday morning I take a break from work, I have many opportunities to spend a lot of time playing in the garden from morning to noon.

We have a small garden adjacent to the village next door, in that small garden I sowed some young plant seeds and when I came there I wanted to check the condition of the vegetable seeds that I planted 2 weeks ago, after I finished I saw the growing conditions of the plant seeds.

I went back to cleaning the grass around the fence and I found very unique small mushrooms starting to sprout on the rotting coconut trunks that were located around the fence.

I found a type of mushroom hypoxylon is a genus of ascomycetes commonly found in deadwood, and is usually one of the earliest species to colonize deadwood

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I also saw some small mushrooms that were very unique to the around the coconut trunk, They start to grow namely mushrooms Stemonitis axifera is a species of mucus fungus. The fruit is clustered on dead wood, and has tall, reddish-brown sporangia, supported on slender stems

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The discovery of this small mushroom made me a little less satisfied, so I finally decided to go around the empty garden next to my garden and hoped to find interesting wild mushrooms there.

I continued to trace the dry leaf bushes by paying attention to some dry wood branches that were between the dry leaves, finally I saw a pile of mushrooms Mycena pura, commonly known as lilac bonnet, is a species of fungus from the Mycenaceae family

This little mushroom looks very unique. You can see some of the mushroom macrophotography guesswork collection below.

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This are some of the macrophotography mushroom discoveries from around plantation and hope you can enjoy macrophotography today.

Thank you for visiting the page macrophotography smartphone @Deltasteem .

Smartphone xiomi note 4 + Macro lens.

ISO otomatis.

My editing uses the Snapseed app.




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Love that chocolate tube slime mold. Very easy to overlook because it's so small.

Thanks @sketch.and.jam

The mushrooms are indeed very small but thanks to the reliable lens assemblies, I don't want to forget their uniqueness :)

awesome post, great to see you managed to identify them!

Thanks @hive-166168
I'm glad you enjoyed the wild mushrooms around our farm today :)