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“It has come to my attention that many of you don;t fully appreciate the beauty, diversity, and weirdness of fungus. So here comes a bunch of pictures I've accumulated in referencing that death god of decomposition I was referencing.”
Radically Diverse Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford
Photographer Steve Axford (previously) continues his quest to document some of the world's most obscure fungi found in locations around Australia. Axford lives and works in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales in Australia where he often has to travel no further than his own back yard to make
‘Rainforest fungi,Lamington NP,Australia’ by David Woolcock
'Rainforest fungi,Lamington NP,Australia' by David Woolcock. These beautiful little fungi were about 1/2 the size of a 5c piece and were a lovely orange colour. This shot was taken whilst being a macro lesson on a Trekabout Photography wo...
Blue Oyster Mushrooms Development
Blue Oyster Mushroom Development - Photos of growth and development of blue oyster mushrooms. Growing Mushrooms. Enjoy watching delicious Blue Oyster mushrooms grow in your own classroom, home or office.
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A very windy morning in the dunes along Cape Cod’s east coast (Visited 234 times, 1 visits today)
Boletus campestris looks like a possibility, given the habitat (lawn). Not sure, though -- this one has awfully big pores. www.mushroomexpert.com/boletus_campestris.html
Shaggy Ink-Cap (Coprinus Comatus) Fungi Mushroom at Potteric Carr
Shaggy Ink-Cap (Coprinus Comatus) fungi mushroom. As the cap matures it deliquesces into an inky black fluid. This specimen was found by the side of a path in deciduous woodland. Photo taken at Potteric Carr nature reserve, Doncaster, South Yorkshire in mid October. Camera: Nikon D300 Lens: Nikon Af-S Ii 400mm F2.8 If-Ed with 2x teleconverter. Support: Manfrotto monopod 680B Maybe not the ideal setup for this kind of photography but I was after bird photos on the day! I use my photos as…