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First time find! Looks like "Stinky Squid", Pseudocolus fusiformis? #mycophile #goneshroomin #mycology #fungi #mushrooms #champignon #hongos #shrooms #nature #beautiful #meditation #love

First time find! Looks like "Stinky Squid", Pseudocolus fusiformis?

46 #Magical Wild Mushrooms You Won't Believe Are Real ...

South American Mushroom -An elegant wood-rotting fungus on a twig in the rainforest of the Napo River region of Peru.

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~Aloha~ Welcome to Alancykok Blog!: Mushrooms that you have not seen

Dishfunctional Designs: Eclectic Bohemian Garden Space, nice to look at but don't eat it. could be your last food.

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Photographed in natural light. :) My little series "Colorful mushrooms" of small colorful mushrooms photographed in natural light.

Mushroom Lichen - "Lichenomphallia a genus of lichenized Basidomycetes or club fungi which has spores produced on club-shaped basidia. The lichen fungus resembles a mushroom and the algae are concentrated in special tissues or lobes at the base of the fruiting body. This plant is found in both books on Lichens and mushrooms.

Mushroom Lichen - "Lichenomphallia a genus of lichenized Basidomycetes or club…

Scaly Fibrecap (Inocybe hystrix) Bargrennan, Scotland, United Kingdom.

Scaly Fibrecap - Inocybe hystrix A very distinct looking fungi. Looks similar to a Scalycap (Pholiota species). found in leaf litter near the base of a storm felled deciduous tree.

Boletus Frostii Mushroom Boletus frostii, commonly known as Frost's bolete or the apple bolete, is a bolete fungus first described scientifically in 1874.

one of the poisonous ones, Boletus Frostii Mushroom Boletus frostii, commonly known as Frost's bolete or the apple bolete, is a bolete fungus first described scientifically in

Cyttaria gunnii are a parasitic mushroom that grows only in Australia on myrtle beech trees. Normally, their beautiful honeycomb structure is covered in an ugly, dull orange membrane

Cyttaria gunnii, commonly known as the myrtle orange or beech orange, is an orange-white colored and edible ascomycete fungus native to Australasia. It is a specific parasite of myrtle beech trees

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