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Thank very much!!!
Muchas gracias. Saludos.
Beautiful spot! Congratulations!
Thank you very much.
Nice shots and congratulations on SOTD!
Thank you for the recomendation.
Now that you have the ID please edit your spotting adding the common name and scientific name as well :)
Thanks you botilopez for shearing your wonderful collection !
Thanks a lot for the comments. I really happy be part of at Project Noah.
that's a really beautiful photo!!
So glad you got SOTD. I really enjoy this photo.
Awesome spotting, congratulations botilopez! Cool mushroom!
Congratulations on Spotting of the Day! Welcome to Project Noah! :) Wonderful mushroom!
Great capture Botilopez,beautifull mushrooms,congrats on the Sotd,thanks for sharing and welcome to project Noah.
Fantastic Photo!I agree, they're probably Gymnopilus junonius (=G. spectabilis), although it's possible that they're another Gymnopilus species.As you said Boti, "The mushrooms are magic" - G. junonius and some other species of Gymnopilus contain the hallucinogenic compounds psilocin and psilocybin.
Thanks a lot.
Cool spotting !! Cngrts botilopez .
Thanks. You can find more photos of mushrooms here: : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Botigraf%C...
Your english is great! You'll learn fast on here :)
Thank very much for the comments. Spotting of the day was a surprise, just yesterday I joined at the project noah. Excuse me for my english, I'm in the process of learning
Spotted on Mar 1, 2013 Submitted on Mar 1, 2013
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