Fungi Friday: Grigit Mushrooms

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Just before they got dry under the sun, I took a chance to photograph these mushrooms in the early morning. They grow on the fallen tree near the ditch. We call "Jamur Grigit" or can be literally translated Grigit Mushroom. I love the color and the way they grow. It appears to be small mushrooms which grows naturally on the rotten wood. According to the source, this typical mushroom is included an edible mushroom. As small mushrooms, I had to seek a proper angle to take a few shots. So, here are some pics of Grigit Mushroom that I found around my neighborhood.

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CameraNikon D7000
CategoryMushroom Photography
LensTamron Tele-Macro 70-300
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Here we call them split gill mushrooms. I like to pickle them.