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2 Species ID Suggestions

Keegan 11 years ago
Fluted bird's nest
Keegan 11 years ago
Trumpet fungus

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gully.moy 9 years ago

I'd say Microporus looks a lot more likely.

craigwilliams 11 years ago

Thanks myoxomop (love the name btw!). Unfortunately I'm far too far away to check for pores now (and I guess these would have decayed themselves anyway) , but I'm am headed back out to the Tropics so I'll bare your notes in mind for potential future spottings.

myxomop 11 years ago

Microporus sp. if poroid, Podoscypha sp. if not. Pores may be so small as to be barely visible with the naked eye.

SarahWhitt 11 years ago

This is so unique & beautiful!!! Looks like a type of trumpet fungi.

AlexKonig 11 years ago

hi craig, thx for the warm words at the other spotting, was already researching for this one, take a carefull look at this fungus. some picture let suspect that sometime this fungi looked like a glass ( ). [phellodon tomentosus]. otherwise look/search for some specien from the genus phellodon from the area , you had found them. good luck. will be again online the days. cheers

textless 11 years ago

Really beautiful!

craigwilliams 11 years ago

Thanks Marta. Yeah they do look like goblets for forest nectar! They had a very papery texture too.

The MnMs
The MnMs 11 years ago

Wow! pretty! they look like wine glasses :-)

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จังหวัดลำปาง, Thailand

Spotted on Sep 1, 2010
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