Ramaria stricta

Corticoids, Crusts, Brackets, and any non-mushroom like fungi growing on wood
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Steve
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Location: Sheffield, Yorkshire

Ramaria stricta

Post by Steve » Wed Oct 10, 2018 3:10 pm

Ramaria stricta - Upright Coral - is just one of the hundreds of kinds of fungi found on our local Sheffield allotments - the variety of substrates is huge. I have established a "fungus garden" in a quiet corner of our allotment, composed of logs and sticks on a thick bed of woodchip. Sometimes I see more fungi on the allotments than I do on a walk through the Peak District - especially the green desert of the White Peak.
Steve
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Ramaria stricta and small brown mushrooms
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The woody fungus garden
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A mobile phone photo with flash gets the detail but loses the colour
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HDR setting picks out the subtle colours which are important for Ramaria, very much so according to Corner
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Ramaria are fun to do chemistry with. K = potassium hydroxide, Fe = Iron (II) sulphate

mushroom mike
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Re: Ramaria stricta

Post by mushroom mike » Thu Oct 11, 2018 6:04 pm

Nice collection, great idea of creating a fungi corner. Well impressed.

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