The Daily Fungi Thread.

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  1. Philip Nulty

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    That's a lovely one,..yes i agree Oranges comes to mind.
     
  2. Kildale

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    Todays is another slimy one, Gomphidius glutinosus. Slimy Spike.

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    I've seem similar ones over here and they don't just look slimy they feel it too.
     
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    Yuck, not attractive at all. :D
     



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  5. Kildale

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    You can't have winners everytime, perhaps the next one.
     
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    How about this little group, Gomphidius subroseus. Nice color and you can see the gills. Belongs to the same family as yesterdays entry.

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    Those are beautiful. :D They're edible too, but not the tastiest you can find.
     
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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    Such a contrast between yesterdays and todays!! I like this one with its delicate colouring. :-D
     
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    Today we have a conk, these are common but there are some dirrerent ones. This is Ganoderma applanatum, Artist's conk.

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    You are so handy to have around as you know the names (both Latin and common)of so many that I'm saving them all and using them as a reference. So much better than the little book I have here at home. It has sketches but photographs your are so much better. :-D
     
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    When I finish posting the fungi, I might put them all onto one page. Won't be showing all those that I have as I have about 280.
     
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    Artists Conk,..almost as if it wanted to have that extra special appearance to others,..good idea to put them all on one page as i for one will be checking the mushrooms i find to get a name.
     
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    Today we have aqn easy one to put a name to, Chicken of the woods, why it gets that name though is strange to me. Laedeporens sulphureus.

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    Very attractive one,..feather like on a chickens tail feathers,..Bantam Type.
     
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    That could be it Philip.
     
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