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Smoked Oysterling

resupinatus applicatus

4 Comments

LarsKorb
LarsKorb 8 years ago

Didn't notice the ID, Alex - sry
Thanks a lot!

AlexKonig
AlexKonig 8 years ago

here some other sites: ( http://www.messiah.edu/Oakes/fungi_on_wo... ), ( http://www.google.nl/#hl=nl&cp=27&am... ), ( http://www.google.nl/#sclient=psy-ab&... ) , ( http://eol.org/pages/996242/overview ) , . And , they must have turn around, when not from another fungi-picture-hunter,then at least from the wind. because : Otherwise the gill, would have no function, in the gill are the spores, why would a gilled fungi need gills, when he could not effectivly release them. !!!

LarsKorb
LarsKorb 8 years ago

They've been growing upside down actually.
And no, the cam is well - but I decided to capture the entire arrangement of these beauties instead of going macro (not at least because I was standing right in the middle of a blackberry-thorned jungle :D

AlexKonig
AlexKonig 8 years ago

were they actually growing "up-side-down" (it looks like this), or have you flipped the branch around. It seem they grew, as we see it, i assume that, because of the bark, that sight looks familiar. Veeeeery nice spot, i keep that in mind,will let you know, if i learn more! (is your camera defect, still nice picture, but you should/could give us more "macro" ??!!) :)

LarsKorb
Spotted by
LarsKorb

Hohenhorn, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

Spotted on Jan 16, 2012
Submitted on Jan 16, 2012

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