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coffeenuts: “ ronbeckdesigns:Amethyst Deceiver (Laccaria amethystina) ~ By Marcel Schäfer ”

coffeenuts: “ ronbeckdesigns:Amethyst Deceiver (Laccaria amethystina) ~ By Marcel Schäfer ”

Hygrocybe punicea, sometimes called Crimson or Scarlet Waxy Cap, is a colourful member of the genus Hygrocybe, the waxcaps, found across Northern Europe. It's the largest member of the genus, w an initially bell-shaped, and later flattening. The spore print is white. The ringless stipe is up 5–9 cm high and 2 cm wide, red w a paler yellow or whitish base. The flesh is whitish. It has a wide distribution in grasslands across Laos, and in woodland in North America.

Hygrocybe punicea, sometimes called Crimson or Scarlet Waxy Cap, is a colourful member of the genus Hygrocybe, the waxcaps, found across Northern Europe. It's the largest member of the genus, w an initially bell-shaped, and later flattening. The spore print is white. The ringless stipe is up 5–9 cm high and 2 cm wide, red w a paler yellow or whitish base. The flesh is whitish. It has a wide distribution in grasslands across Laos, and in woodland in North America.

Morchella esculenta var. vulgaris ~ © Pauline and Ian Wildlife Images - Cool Nature

Morchella esculenta var. vulgaris ~ © Pauline and Ian Wildlife Images - Cool Nature

on mushrooms. I started this research because I knew that birds were amazingly peculiar, and fish, and butterflies, and flowers, bugs, and... but slugs and fungus? Think of pollens... Purely adaptation and survival? Hmmm

on mushrooms. I started this research because I knew that birds were amazingly peculiar, and fish, and butterflies, and flowers, bugs, and... but slugs and fungus? Think of pollens... Purely adaptation and survival? Hmmm

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