Fungi Lovers digest — October 2021
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@OCD- curated posts
Check a very unusual fungus named bird's nest, macro photos by @teungkulik.
Some irresistable macro fungi cuteness from Aceh forest by @idayrus.
@maulidar found in Aceh forest an unusually looking black fungus - with no iD attached, hard to say what it is -- but looks quite convincing.
Coral mushroom is a cool living creature to find for a vivid macro photographer. @yetaras made his captures at Ukrainian forest.
Another post by @yetaras present nice Boleto mushrooms biodivercity to enjoy.
@yangyanje continue identification of fungi that one can encounter in a Swiss forest. Educate yourself!
Bridal Hood Mushroom granted @duwiky this happy (and quite smelly, lets face the truth!) encounter. Check some amazing macro captures of this bizarre shroom.
Educate yourself about morels from a very intresting and informative post by @suzana72 (note the actual images are the stinkhorns).
@hubbi brought in an intresting visuals of a near-dead Xylaria hypoxylon fungus from Aceh forest.
@jasonmunapasee presented the macros of a Splitgill, a very foto-friendly fungi.
@teungkulik had an encounter with Scleroderma citrinum; nice macros enclosed. I can hear you ask, what about the cooking properties? no, tho it looks like a puff-ball it isnt edible.
See you next time!