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Tubaria sp.

Tubaria sp.

Description:

Maybe T. furfuracea Tubaria is a genus of fungi in the Inocybaceae family. The genus has a widespread distribution (especially in temperate regions), and contains an estimated 20 species. The mushrooms produced by species in this genus are small- to medium sized with caps ranging in color from pale pinkish-brown to reddish-brown, and often with remnants of the partial veil adhering to the margin. Mushrooms fruit on rotting wood, or, less frequently, in the soil. There are no species in the genus that are recommended for consumption

Habitat:

In a small oak forest at 600 meters over the sea level.

Notes:

Camera Model: NIKON D300 Exposure Time: 1/125 sec., f/8 ISO 1 EV below 200 Focal Length: 90.0 mm Objective lens: Tamron SP 90 AF f/2.8 72E Flash fired, compulsory flash mode, return light detected

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arlanda
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arlanda

O Saviñao, Galicia, Spain

Spotted on Dec 29, 1900
Submitted on Jan 17, 2012

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