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On 11/20/2017 at 14:02, tony_t3d said:

Got no knowledge of fungi whatsoever but here is a pic of a pine I felled last year with some Interesting fungi growing on.

 

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Need to see images of gills and stem really.

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Found loads of goodies in the New Forest working this year. Will see if i can upload some half sensible pics (all taken on cell phone).

I'll skip the scientific names: Devil's fingers, chanterelles, blusher (I think), cauliflower fungus, cep/porcini, porcelain fungus, oyster, parasol.

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7 hours ago, RuVo said:

Found loads of goodies in the New Forest working this year. Will see if i can upload some half sensible pics (all taken on cell phone).

I'll skip the scientific names: Devil's fingers, chanterelles, blusher (I think), cauliflower fungus, cep/porcini, porcelain fungus, oyster, parasol.

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Great shots and nice variety, new forest is a rich landscape for fungi.

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On 11/28/2017 at 22:45, RuVo said:

I tend to stick up photos of things I find on my instagram, https://www.instagram.com/ruvophoto for anyone who may be interested.

Fine collection of images Rupert.

 

Likewise, 

it's a good way to put a collection of fungal highlights together

 

https://www.instagram.com/mycoappman/

 

 

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The recent cold/wet weather is resulting in a fruiting of various Tremella species.

 

Here, T. foliacea (leafy brain) on an oak limb.

 

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