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Old 13-10-09   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Developing fruit bodies

I like the bend on that crane in your avatar. Were the buzzers going or is it just an illusion?
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Thanks for the suggestions, will just have to wait for a more defining feature to develop.

Another unidentified on Beech
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I'd say that's Pholiota squarrosa.
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Fistulina hepatica - Beefsteak, on Oak at 4m

Observed between 17-09 & 08-10

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That is ofcourse, whether or not your as sad as me
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Too busy looking at this one developing to notice two others on the same Tree.

Last ones pretty high up for Fistulina.

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I really like that picture David -
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Pholiota aurivella on the beech, lot of it about this year it seems?

I concur with Dryadeus on the oak, though the first image did also make me thin Hetero like someone else suggested.

Great idea Monkey! and I too love the last Fistulina image, great image.

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Great idea Monkey! and I too love the last Fistulina image, great image.

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lol, well you do make a good thread old fella! if you wasnt such a fungi nut i wouldnt be reading your threads would I!
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