Fungi in the Landscape

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Steve » Fri May 06, 2016 8:46 pm

Here is a quirky fungi-in-the-landscape picture. I took it not far from the Foss Dyke flood control unit on River Ouse in York - it was just a short while after the recent floods. Everything was coated in mud, including this (presumably) Ganoderma on a riverside tree. It was not easy to spot!
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An easy-to-miss fungus in York at the tree base
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The mud-coated bracket fungus

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Gaby » Tue May 10, 2016 6:46 pm

Enjoying this thread, which has inspired me to attempt similar shots of fungi in the landscape.

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Steve » Mon Jun 20, 2016 12:44 pm

Good!
Here is one I took closer to home - in fact just outside the back door in Sheffield :D
It's Milky Conecap, which used to be called Conocybe lactea - it's Conocybe apala now.
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Conocybe apala in 't back garden

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Steve » Wed Jul 06, 2016 8:39 am

Sulphur Polypore at a stately home in NE Derbyshire on July 3.
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Laetiporus sulphureus
and Dung Roundhead at Stoer in Sutherland in May.
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Stropharia semiglobata

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Steve » Tue Jul 26, 2016 1:56 pm

Here is another Milky Conecap or two together with the rose "Tickled Pink"
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Conocybe apala

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Steve » Wed Aug 03, 2016 3:47 pm

We spotted the first fully grown Blushers at Longshaw this year on 14 July.
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Amanita rubescens in a Longshaw woodland

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Steve » Mon Sep 12, 2016 4:00 pm

Phaeolus schweinizii in a Longshaw pine wood.
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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Steve » Mon Sep 26, 2016 7:56 pm

On a North Wales holiday I tried to get images of mushrooms with the beautiful coastline - without "gardening" around the fungi. It was very difficult.
Ar wyliau yn Ngogledd Cymru ddaru mi drio tynnu lluniau o fadarch gyda'r arfordir hyfryd - heb "arddio" o gwmpas y ffwng. Roedd hi'n anodd iawn.
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Hygrocybe chlorophana
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Hygrocybe chlorophana
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Hygrocybe chlorophana
Marasmius oreades in N wales.JPG
Marasmius oreades
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a Parasol
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a Parasol

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by adampembs » Sun Oct 09, 2016 11:58 am

Nice photos, Steve. Can I suggest you don't use the place inline feature, though, as they are easier to view and appreciate in a grid format, especially on a laptop with a smaller screen. :)
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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Ganoderma resinaceum » Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:02 pm

I visited Hatfield Forest on Sunday, and took a few photos with this thread in mind. :D
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Coprinopsis lagopus enjoying its brief stint in the big wide world.
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David versus Goliath - fungal edition.

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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Ganoderma resinaceum » Fri Nov 04, 2016 8:32 pm

Sparassis crispa looking out onto a lovely church.
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Re: Fungi in the Landscape

Post by Steve » Sun Nov 06, 2016 5:32 pm

Street and park fungi in Sheffield last Tuesday, using the smart phone - nobody blinks an eye if you use that instead of a big camera.
Quite agree with layout Adam! Especially these smart phone images.
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Clustered Brittlestem
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Common Inkcap
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Glistening Inkcap
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Grey Knight
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Shaggy Inkcap
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