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1 hour ago, Tom D said:

So what's the relationship here? Was the grass greener at the edge of the ring? You often see this as the mycorrhizae break down organic matter in the soil. Is the tree following the fungus and utilising the free nitrogen or is the fungi following the spread of the tree roots as part of a relationship?

Good question Tom, my understanding of this is that Ecto-mycorrhizal species (the ones that produce fruitbodies) can fruit at the outer extremity of the trees rhizosphere where the soil is full of microbial activity (like in the lime and birch shots above) but they also fruit at the base of tree trunks (particularly smooth barked species) where there is water run off and assimilates.

 

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I suspect there's a lot we still don't know about the relationships between fungi and trees.

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10 minutes ago, Tom D said:

I suspect there's a lot we still don't know about the relationships between fungi and trees.

Went on a fascinating workshop where I saw Andy Taylor present. He's the resident Fungal Ecologist at the James Hutton institute in Aberdeen. He's been studying the relationship between myco's and trees in the highlands for years and knows his subject intimately. But I understand that there's still huge work to do in not only understanding myco's and their tree relationship but possibly more importantly what their relationship is to the other soil flora and biology.

 

Nev Fay (and others) are embarking on a journey to bring us to a better understanding of soil (in its direct relationship to tree health) but it's going to be a long road.

 

 

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598b30b91605f_Bedulis(3).thumb.JPG.a95aef50ec3b394a6d32d9f609b59f37.JPG'some' of the mycorrhizal Bolete family....

 

Boletus edulis - cep, penny bun, porcini  (1-3) Neoboletus luridiformis - dotted stem bolete (4-6) Boletus luridus - lurid bolete (7-8) Boletus radicans - rooting bolete (9-11) Boletus satanus - satan's bolete (12-13)

Buchwaldoboletus liginicola - wood bolete (14-15)

Leccinum aurantiacum - orange oak bolete (16-17) Leccinum crocipodium - safron bolete (18-19) Leccinum duriusculum - slate bolete (20-21) Leccinum scabrum - birch bolete (22-23)

Suillelus queletii - deceiving bolete (24-26) Suillus granulatus - weeping bolete (27-29) Suillelus grevillei - larch bolete (30-32) 

Xerocomellus chrysenteron - red cracking bolete (33)

 

B edulis.JPG

B edulis (2).JPG

B luridiformis (2).JPG

B luridiformis (3).JPG

B luridiformis.JPG

B luridus.JPG

B luridus (2).JPG

B radicans (1).JPG

B radicans (2).JPG

B satanus (1).JPG

B radicans (4).JPG

B satanus (2).JPG

Buchwaldoboletus lignicola (1).JPG

Buchwaldoboletus lignicola (2).JPG

Leccinum aurantiacum (2).JPG

Leccinum aurantiacum.JPG

Leccinum crocipodium (1).jpg

Leccinum crocipodium (2).jpg

Leccinum duriusculum (2).JPG

Leccinum duriusculum (3).JPG

Leccinum scabrum (1).JPG

Leccinum scabrum (3).JPG

Suillellus queletii (1).JPG

Suillellus queletii (3).JPG

Suillellus queletii (4).JPG

Suillus granulatus (1).JPG

Suillus granulatus (2).JPG

Suillus granulatus (3).JPG

Suillus grevillei (3).JPG

Suillus grevillei (4).JPG

Suillus grevillei (5).JPG

Xerocomus chrysenteron (3).JPG

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You've been tango'd !

 

Orange....ish fungi 

 

IMG_4174.thumb.JPG.59942575e8e5f64c1176ba597a119b4a.JPG

L. sulphureus

IMG_0876.thumb.JPG.6d91302153e6b277c8ae1b1218c2f8e3.JPGI. hispidus

IMG_3207.thumb.JPG.b7036973eeac6f28cd73f71e530fe58c.JPGF. pinicola

IMG_6059.thumb.JPG.c3243e06d5e75c96567cc359b4ce2fd9.JPGP. adiposa

IMG_0665.thumb.jpg.7db8b7d4a4828f04122bc3205b93b331.jpg

T. ferruginosa

 

IMG_1200.thumb.JPG.e0a5f83d4ab8bcf8606fc913db92348a.JPG

Slime mold

 

IMG_3802.thumb.JPG.9b478538da9d00f7c3263dd6bf5bdcd4.JPGA. aurantia

 

IMG_1668.thumb.JPG.fe705d9b4ec88b93ee946e29bef71033.JPG

Bacterial slime flus

 

IMG_1611.thumb.PNG.5dd99a30df8e518c80b3d042357fb48a.PNG

Cheilymenia spp

 

IMG_1999.thumb.jpg.e64ce84ac6c2defae3bf3c459f407dd2.jpg

R. epindendron

 

IMG_5046.thumb.JPG.a22749c78f5d5e1dec9921b976bfb161.JPGC. perennis

 

IMG_5914.thumb.jpg.06d61f4e897f94599ff44b1183a4fa21.jpg

G. sabinae

 

Lactarius.thumb.JPG.53dc4ae9079029e60ac16394782cb622.JPGL. aurantiacus

IMG_4650.thumb.JPG.31e60afac065386fb6ebf4a4d4ac62b6.JPG

F. hepatica

 

OWWV9657.JPG.34789079977bbe9b0fd27ce004403324.JPGS. scutelatta

 

IMG_6481.thumb.JPG.422eda37f93f7b6e1c84738ecedf518d.JPG

 

IMG_8292.thumb.JPG.b6e43e2235cc3ee4a93251ed38d6bad3.JPG

A. muscaria var formosa

 

IMG_6606.thumb.JPG.b98e16ae741d233183c58fdae948fa0a.JPG

S. aurantiaca

 

P2120024.thumb.JPG.8747ddc476b28344900b9d85c640eecc.JPG

T. mesenterica

IMG_0738.jpg

F. velutipes

 

IMG_1210.JPG

C. viscosa

 

IMG_0153.thumb.JPG.690d4800cf56a047a194e9f093fe96fb.JPGP. aurantiorugosus

 

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An alien world to me but excellent and fascinating pics David

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2 hours ago, David Humphries said:

You've been tango'd !

 

Orange....ish fungi 

 

IMG_4174.thumb.JPG.59942575e8e5f64c1176ba597a119b4a.JPG

L. sulphureus

IMG_0876.thumb.JPG.6d91302153e6b277c8ae1b1218c2f8e3.JPGI. hispidus

IMG_3207.thumb.JPG.b7036973eeac6f28cd73f71e530fe58c.JPGF. pinicola

IMG_6059.thumb.JPG.c3243e06d5e75c96567cc359b4ce2fd9.JPGP. adiposa

IMG_0665.thumb.jpg.7db8b7d4a4828f04122bc3205b93b331.jpg

T. ferruginosa

 

IMG_1200.thumb.JPG.e0a5f83d4ab8bcf8606fc913db92348a.JPG

Slime mold

 

IMG_3802.thumb.JPG.9b478538da9d00f7c3263dd6bf5bdcd4.JPGA. aurantia

 

IMG_1668.thumb.JPG.fe705d9b4ec88b93ee946e29bef71033.JPG

Bacterial slime flus

 

IMG_1611.thumb.PNG.5dd99a30df8e518c80b3d042357fb48a.PNG

Cheilymenia spp

 

IMG_1999.thumb.jpg.e64ce84ac6c2defae3bf3c459f407dd2.jpg

R. epindendron

 

IMG_5046.thumb.JPG.a22749c78f5d5e1dec9921b976bfb161.JPGC. perennis

 

IMG_5914.thumb.jpg.06d61f4e897f94599ff44b1183a4fa21.jpg

G. sabinae

 

Lactarius.thumb.JPG.53dc4ae9079029e60ac16394782cb622.JPGL. aurantiacus

IMG_4650.thumb.JPG.31e60afac065386fb6ebf4a4d4ac62b6.JPG

F. hepatica

 

OWWV9657.JPG.34789079977bbe9b0fd27ce004403324.JPGS. scutelatta

 

IMG_6481.thumb.JPG.422eda37f93f7b6e1c84738ecedf518d.JPG

 

IMG_8292.thumb.JPG.b6e43e2235cc3ee4a93251ed38d6bad3.JPG

A. muscaria var formosa

 

IMG_6606.thumb.JPG.b98e16ae741d233183c58fdae948fa0a.JPG

S. aurantiaca

 

P2120024.thumb.JPG.8747ddc476b28344900b9d85c640eecc.JPG

T. mesenterica

IMG_0738.jpg

F. velutipes

 

IMG_1210.JPG

C. viscosa

 

IMG_0153.thumb.JPG.690d4800cf56a047a194e9f093fe96fb.JPGP. aurantiorugosus

 

Amazing, Mr Humphries. Are these all out of the archive? 

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1 hour ago, AJStrees said:

Amazing, Mr Humphries. Are these all out of the archive? 

Ta, most are from files, couple of them more recently. 

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598b30b91605f_Bedulis(3).thumb.JPG.a95aef50ec3b394a6d32d9f609b59f37.JPG'some' of the mycorrhizal Bolete family....
 
Boletus edulis - cep, penny bun, porcini  (1-3) Neoboletus luridiformis - dotted stem bolete (4-6) Boletus luridus - lurid bolete (7-8) Boletus radicans - rooting bolete (9-11) Boletus satanus - satan's bolete (12-13)
Buchwaldoboletus liginicola - wood bolete (14-15)
Leccinum aurantiacum - orange oak bolete (16-17) Leccinum crocipodium - safron bolete (18-19) Leccinum duriusculum - slate bolete (20-21) Leccinum scabrum - birch bolete (22-23)
Suillelus queletii - deceiving bolete (24-26) Suillus granulatus - weeping bolete (27-29) Suillelus grevillei - larch bolete (30-32) 
Xerocomellus chrysenteron - red cracking bolete (33)
 
598b302e28b18_Bedulis.thumb.JPG.498ef7d648110f7a0ffc2ead2110b946.JPG
598b30d5156b9_Bedulis(2).thumb.JPG.98c97608d827902272d77fee28aa9391.JPG
598b3142a6c02_Bluridiformis(2).thumb.JPG.d6ac126bfc36289c1fea864d993d1a21.JPG
598b31c7923aa_Bluridiformis(3).thumb.JPG.95f475be0bc0714552d0280752a5987f.JPG
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598b329e7ca4d_Bluridus.thumb.JPG.bb34258a69d4b658acdc5f621028d8af.JPG
598b33247163d_Bluridus(2).thumb.JPG.858d1ef9a601ce117f3fa102a1497980.JPG
598b33ce28a81_Bradicans(1).thumb.JPG.c49a445667df956fd54d8d96b9b7eaac.JPG
598b342daad70_Bradicans(2).thumb.JPG.f37e9f4b800e7538a4081483060d8cda.JPG
598b35748bd49_Bsatanus(1).thumb.JPG.5b7216055f5cfeb3551494bad214da5f.JPG
598b34c931e15_Bradicans(4).thumb.JPG.832c6e418bf6b67728fab6c2987f496f.JPG
598b3641d6941_Bsatanus(2).thumb.JPG.1b35f2d1a34e65519d3ddb2f731483c6.JPG
598b36b74466b_Buchwaldoboletuslignicola(1).thumb.JPG.95d80929334f937a777be0dbb6c6f192.JPG
598b372971564_Buchwaldoboletuslignicola(2).thumb.JPG.72d6895f8ca84152bf1964a4dd901790.JPG
598b3803bf242_Leccinumaurantiacum(2).thumb.JPG.9874c9e9c24d6234786f051248bbfef2.JPG
598b388734b80_Leccinumaurantiacum.thumb.JPG.2ff59521faa76d1f1fe0b1d468cd20b2.JPG
598b38d1b5d78_Leccinumcrocipodium(1).thumb.jpg.65fa4000acdee05587f65cc073fd8b59.jpg
598b39089a66b_Leccinumcrocipodium(2).thumb.jpg.dc5fd1e7ca2a98b00c9de47c62178876.jpg
598b393626ad5_Leccinumduriusculum(2).thumb.JPG.444d9b04f7686c0f9521b84996bf8fa8.JPG
598b399c9c519_Leccinumduriusculum(3).thumb.JPG.54de5b678f83d8e79e8b82b98b6ed07d.JPG
598b39b79c505_Leccinumscabrum(1).thumb.JPG.db42cbb4814ada9519db095b0036d3c8.JPG
598b39f107b33_Leccinumscabrum(3).thumb.JPG.577e69080eb9b767a8549d82d06d9d7b.JPG
598b3a5bb5edc_Suillellusqueletii(1).thumb.JPG.df6efa57046ca86529d8fb8bdb643345.JPG
598b3ae46cdb5_Suillellusqueletii(3).thumb.JPG.79895827b355704ef4cc88e7b0d23ebb.JPG
598b3bb49e10b_Suillellusqueletii(4).thumb.JPG.a25c95681ea612d93e7ed24526466f4c.JPG
598b3c8eb283f_Suillusgranulatus(1).JPG.1d6c01bb65e0868fe5612bc0a906d160.JPG
598b3c93811fc_Suillusgranulatus(2).JPG.1d93566754f9c5b426898cb5b4912d33.JPG
598b3c9847dce_Suillusgranulatus(3).JPG.5535cadcb4781b7727f36a1c63ff2ed3.JPG
598b3cf1d0c15_Suillusgrevillei(3).thumb.JPG.7d66003b9c1427a90341128c92b7badf.JPG
598b3d7e2ce03_Suillusgrevillei(4).thumb.JPG.93901fb513cb78a3bd15b216ee5a69bf.JPG
598b3dbfc8fe7_Suillusgrevillei(5).thumb.JPG.b4590047e8161b91806985fe010076f8.JPG
598b3df4f2d49_Xerocomuschrysenteron(3).thumb.JPG.38953379e1fdca62d4809927c9c433a0.JPG
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