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Re: Fungi
« Reply #325 on: 12 December, 2023, 01:45:45 pm »
I guess it is that time of year.




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Re: Fungi
« Reply #326 on: 15 December, 2023, 11:17:27 am »
The time of year when much of the Xylaria hypoxylon on dead wood has outgrown its candlesnuff phase and become stagshorn.

 
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Re: Fungi
« Reply #327 on: 06 January, 2024, 11:49:29 am »
Never seen one of these before. According to woodlandtrust.co.uk it's fairly common in England and is also found in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland, particularly in East Lothian."

Also~: "The Native American Blackfoot Confederacy called collared earthstars ka-ka-toos – meaning 'fallen stars' – and believed them to be indicators of supernatural events."

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Looking a little ragged after 3 months

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Re: Fungi
« Reply #328 on: 05 March, 2024, 09:14:27 am »
An oyster mushroom, I think. As with the artist's bracket, the lower half of the tree looked dead, with no leaves, but the upper branches appeared healthy.



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