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Spotting

Habitat:

Growing from an old piece of wood marking the edge of a path beneath some trees, near the Lodge at Tikal.

Notes:

Possibly Crown-tipped Coral fungus. http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/toms_fungi/...

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7 Comments

laura.cricket
laura.cricket 6 years ago

Looks a bit like crown-tipped coral fungi, perhaps?

pamsai
pamsai 6 years ago

Yes Chief, It's a fascinating fungi, and no-one seems to know what it is!

pamsai
pamsai 6 years ago

thanks Wilson... elegant indeed!

So interesting! Many names comes to my mind; stag horn, coral?

Wilson W
Wilson W 6 years ago

Elegant!

pamsai
pamsai 6 years ago

thanks Cindy...

Great shot!

pamsai
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pamsai

Petén, Guatemala

Spotted on Aug 22, 2013
Submitted on Jan 9, 2014

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