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Phallus indusiatus, commonly called the bamboo fungus, bamboo pith, long net stinkhorn, crinoline stinkhornor veiled lady, is a fungus in the family Phallaceae, or stinkhorns.

Phallus indusiatus, commonly called Bamboo Fungus, Bamboo Pith, Long Net Stinkhorn, Crinoline Stinkhorn or Veiled Lady

Wrinkled Peach Fungus (Rhodotus palmatus) This uncommon species has a circumboreal distribution, and has been collected in eastern North America, northern Africa, Europe, and Asia; declining populations in Europe have led to its appearance in over half of the European fungal Red Lists of threatened species. Typically found growing on the stumps and logs of rotting hardwoods, mature specimens may usually be identified by the pinkish color and the distinctive ridged and veined surface of their…

Rhodotus is a genus in the Physalacriaceae family of fungi. It is a monotypic genus and consists of the single mushroom species Rhodotus palmatus, known in the vernacular as the netted Rhodotus, the rosy veincap, or the wrinkled peach.

Organic Delicious Mushroom Seeds, Funny Fungus Succulent Plant, Edible Health Seeds Very Easy To Grow For Home Garden

Mushrooms Are Awesome: Ascotremella Faginea. A jelly-like fungus which can be found growing, in North America, on well-rotted American Beech (Fagus Grandifolia). ~ by Mark Steinmetz

Mushrooms Are Awesome: Ascotremella Faginea. A jelly-like fungus which can be found growing, in North America, on well-rotted American Beech (Fagus Grandifolia). ~ by Mark Steinmetz

Obra de arte da natureza!

Crinoline Stinkhorn - Phallus indusiatus - This edible mushroom is of the family Phallaceae.

Photographer Captures the Beauty and Diversity of Australian Fungi

Photographer Captures the Beauty and Diversity of Australian Fungi

Australian fungi come in countless shapes, sizes, colors, and textures — diversity that photographer Steve Axford captures in his photos.

"Cyttaria gunnii are round, edible, ascomycete pore fungi, found growing from the trunks and branches of Nothofagus menziesii or Silver beech (Māori: Tawhai). They are perennial, and produce increasingly large colonies each year, which eventually form big woody galls,or "burls" in the trunks or branches. Beech burls are prized by woodcarvers, although many people don't realise how they come to be there.  Garden Gully Croesus Track, Paparoa Range, West Coast"

Beech Forest Fungi - These strange pore fungi are only found growing from the trunks of Nothofagus (beech trees) Croesus Track,Paparoa Range,Westland.

Cyttaria gunnii, commonly known as 'Beech oranges' or 'Myrtle oranges' by greenzaku

Cyttaria gunnii, (Strawberry Fungus - Cyttaria gunni) commonly known as 'Beech oranges' or 'Myrtle oranges' by greenzaku

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Herrania sp, Sterculiaceae ~ the Wild Cocoa plant. It's a prime example of the botanical term 'Cauliflory', where the tree wastes no energy producing branches, but shoots the flowers out of its trunk.

Blue Tooth Fungus (Hydnellum Caeruleum) ~ © Jaroslav Maly

DescriptionThe world's most beautiful mushrooms (not necessarily the most edible, lol)

Dryads Saddle by Andrew Harris - Nature Up Close Mushrooms & Fungi ( mushroom, dryads saddle, strange, fungi, shape )

Dryads Saddle by Andrew Harris - Nature Up Close Mushrooms & Fungi ( mushroom, dryads saddle, strange, fungi, shape ) Zadelzwam - Polyporus squamosus

Photo of Myrtle Orange fungus ( Cyttaria Gunnii ), Mount Maurice, South

Colorful Nature - this is Myrtle Orange Fungus ( Cyttaria Gunnii ) from "down under" (Australia).
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