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Two Biologists Explore the Remote Rainforests of the Ecuadorian Andes to Document Fungi Mushroom Art, Mushroom Fungi, New Planet Earth, Slime Mould, Colossal Art, Biologist, Woodland Creatures, Japanese Artists, Botanical Illustration

Two Biologists Explore the Remote Rainforests of the Ecuadorian Andes to Document Fungi

Biologists estimate that 3.2 million species of fungi may exist on Earth, and of that only around 120,000 are known to science which leaves potentially millions organisms of left to discover, photograph, and document before it's too late. The majority of undescribed species live in the tropics where

I doubt that there's any other American mushroom that could be confused with this one, with its bright scarlet egg-shaped cap emerging on a golden stalk from a snow-white cottony-textured cup.

After Irene

We lost a few trees. Parts of the county lost power when trees fell across lines. That was about all the damage Hurricane Irene brought to us hereabouts. Wow, what a bunch of hurricane hype, I was thinking. But that was before I heard about what happened up north in the Adirondacks. And down in the Catskills and along the Mohawk. And over in the valley towns of Vermont. Roads and bridges washed out, houses collapsed and swept away, folks caught in their cars as the waters rose, a woman…

Coral Bean - The red seeds of Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea) remain nestled in their open pod. They are toxic to humans, and since they have persisted into the late Winter it seems likely that there are no animals there that eat them.

Coral Bean

The red seeds of Coral Bean (Erythrina herbacea) remain nestled in their open pod in the back yard of our vacation rental near Pawleys Island. They are toxic to humans, and since they have persisted into the late Winter it seems likely that there are no animals there that eat them.

Turkey Tail Trametes Versicolor Taken By Dr. Steven Murray Old Fallen Ash Tree Covered In This Delightful Bracket Fungi. Extremely Common And Highly Variable. The Bands Can Vary From White To Black And Everything In Between. Blue Versions Are Rather Funky

Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor)

Old fallen ash tree covered in this delightful bracket fungi. Very common and highly variable. The bands can vary from white to black and everything in between. Blue versions are rather funky.

Fistulina hepatica

Fistulina hepatica

Osborne house's Waxcap | by naturesam9

Osborne house's Waxcap

I have a bit of a fondness for wax caps which Rosemary Widall shares. She enthuses in a great article on BB4's Saving Species when they are described a being like fruitgums. www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b00w1y8m/Saving_Species_Epi... Rosemary now has 21 Waxcaps in her garden, and her collection is now deemed as nationally important. If you fancy 'improving' your garden to make it more fungi friendly then check out this download www.plantlife.org.uk/uploads/documents/management-guide-M…

Morel Mushroom by carlespoveda

"Morchella galilaea"

Este grupo de colmenillas tienen la particularidad de haber fructificado por segundo año consecutivo en el mes de noviembre, algo anormal para las colmenillas que lo suelen hacer casi exclusivamente en primavera.

Now they're magic mushrooms! Amazing images reveal alien-like toadstools and glow-in-the-dark fungi lighting up forests

Fabulous Fungi ~ Flaming Scalecap Mushrooms by Jerome van Passel

Pholiota flammans

Explore Jerome van Passel's photos on Flickr. Jerome van Passel has uploaded 581 photos to Flickr.

kingdom Fungi (chlorophyl absent), phylum Basidiomycota (USUALLY non-visible mycelium <in soil or tree> with FRUITING BODY). Patterns In Nature, Textures Patterns, Organic Patterns, Wild Mushrooms, Stuffed Mushrooms, Edible Mushrooms, Mushroom Fungi, Mushroom Art, All Nature

‘Marvelling the Mushroom - II’ by Marilyn Cornwell

'Marvelling the MushroomII' by Marilyn Cornwell. A cluster of tiny White Oyster Mushrooms from the St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, Ontario Canada Taken with a Canon 40D and 100mm Macro. Featured in: *Monochrome January 2010 1:1 Macro Photog...

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor amanita muscaria calci in the forests

Amanita muscaria

Pretty coral colored fungi on the side of a tree

Wild Enokitake (Flammulina Velutipes)

Fungi / Mushrooms - “Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. Wild Mushrooms, Stuffed Mushrooms, Slime Mould, Plant Fungus, Mushroom Fungi, Felt Mushroom, Paludarium, Foto Art, Science And Nature

Notes of a Mycophile

Naming issues with the Russian Leather Waxcap: Okay, so, illustrated above is a mushroom that is common EVERY YEAR in our redwood forests throughout CA, and with other trees farther north. It is...

Fungi / Mushrooms - “Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. Wild Mushrooms, Stuffed Mushrooms, Slime Mould, Plant Fungus, Mushroom Fungi, Felt Mushroom, Paludarium, Foto Art, Science And Nature

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