I’m a fan of … mushrooms

I’m not a mycologist (or however mushroom specialists are called) so I take photos of them but otherwise I leave them be.  I’m pretty sure I can recognise a parasol mushroom but “pretty sure” is too uncertain for me.  No mushrooms for dinner tonight!

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Solitary ‘shrooms.  This one a little past its prime.

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I imagine this is what a ‘shroom selfie would look like.

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A gilled mushroom from the sid

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and another one from underneath.

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A ‘shroom sitting on a dead tree trunk,

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and in the underbrush.

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A small insect could fall in

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or sllide down.

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Yellow twins

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and yellow goat’s beards.

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A family of three, looking pretty poisonous

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and more families, one famiily delicate and pale,

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the other overcrowded and robust.

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An elongated morel

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and a fat goat’s beard.

Here are the round ones:

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This last one looking almost like a flower.

And in a collection of mushrooms I cannot leave out the pychedelic variety:

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Linked to I’m a fan of … #39.

And more toadstools or rather fly agaric can be found here.

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “I’m a fan of … mushrooms

  1. Fantastic post, 😁 I’ve never seen such a variety of ‘shrooms in one go; some of them look really edible, but like you, I don’t know enough about them, so I will continue to get them from the greengrocers.

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