Hello friends in fungilovers, how are you and best wishes to all of us, so tonight I want to share three different mushroom objects with all of you and I hope you like them.

In this world the diversity of mushrooms can grow by itself and there are also few humans who develop it by cultivating mushrooms. It is not easy to treat mushrooms because mushrooms have different principles, not all mushrooms can grow in an easy way. Most of the mushrooms are edible and some cannot be eaten here. In fact, there are already visible differences in the principle of mushrooms, so if we want to cultivate mushrooms, we must have good knowledge and experience so that the mushrooms grow perfectly. Here are some pictures of mushrooms along with their explanations.

The first mushroom Crepidotus mollis


The fungus Crepidotus mollis is a fungus that can grow very easily on its own by using very old or rotting tree branches as a base. Like in my picture they grow very much but they are all mature and the color is getting faded usually they are white and this has turned brown this is a sign that the fungus is almost dead.

The fungus is from the kingdom fungi and belongs to the class Basidiomycetes until it is incorporated into the family Inocybaceae. The shape of these mushrooms is very small but they can grow very much if the weather is favorable they usually grow to cover the part that is overgrown. These mushrooms are not hard and break easily when touched and many of them also look the same as jelly mushrooms, it can be seen from their characteristics. These mushrooms are not edible by humans or livestock. Here are some pictures of these mushrooms.




The mushroom does not have a stem, it just grows by means of the width of the petals measuring about 1 cm, the longer the age the softer the petals.

The second fungus Tubaria furfuracea


Tubaria furfuracea is a fungus that grows by using old tree branches as its base, only in a short time this mushroom grows quickly and tall if the place it grows is suitable for its needs. The fungus comes from the family Tubariaceae and belongs to the class Agaricomycetes. I found the mushroom in a forest far from residential areas, it can be said that the fungus is not easy to find. Here are some pictures of these mushrooms.






The color of the mushroom is a faded orange from the stem to the head. There is only a little black color that is found at the beginning of the stem only. The size of the height of the mushroom is about 4 cm while the width of the petals is about 2.4 cm.

The third mushroom Cyptotrama asprata


This last mushroom has a scientific name, namely Cyptotrama asprata or better known as the rough yellow mushroom. This fungus comes from the family Physalacriaceae and belongs to the class Agaricomycetes. Some species of these mushrooms do not have thorns on their heads, but my mushroom species also don't have thorns on their heads. The fungus grows on very hard tree branches, it can even grow in unfavorable weather, it's just that the color is a bit faded if the weather is hot. The mushroom is that I found it in a very deep forest.

The caps of these mushrooms are round and yellow in color while the stems are white they can grow a lot if the weather favors it in order to take full advantage of growing. Here are some pictures of these mushrooms.








The mushroom has a stem height of about 2 cm with a hood width of about 3.6 cm.

Based on the explanation about my mushroom above, I only explained based on my knowledge and for the type and name I looked for it via google lens, I hope you can recognize it, so that's it from me, thank you and see you next time.

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