I've got it! (For László)
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|I found a fungi in my garden László. I totally forgot about this one at the base of the dead Mopani tree in my garden. I don't know what kind or the name but I'm sure you will be able to identify it and enlighten me. Hope you like it.|
Enjoy and comments are welcome.
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creo que aún no había visitado tu interesante galería y realmente ha valido la pena hacerlo.
Gracias por tus amables comentarios a la fotografía que publiqué ayer.
Excelente luz y captura del color en tu toma con un tema interesante enfocado desde un buen ángulo.
Estas sacando un buen partido a esa versátil Sony DSC.
Un abrazo desde Espańa y buena semana:
First of all thank You very much for Your dedication. I can't be sure in the ID, but very probably You photographed Ganoderma australe (Fr.) Pat., the Southern Bracket. It's a perennial species, living in the tropical / subtropical area on both hemispheres. It doesn't live in Europe, only some closed relatives.
If You make a search on the net, You find much more info about this species than what's real, because Ganoderma australe is an often misconstrued taxon. A lot of mycologists think it's only a synonym of Ganoderma adspersum (Schulzer) Donk (let me show You a photo on TN of that species), although there are both macro- and microscopic differences between the 2 species. What's sure Index Fungorum lists G. australe as a reliant species.
Thank You again so much, and sorry if my taxonomical infos were too boring. Friendly regards, László
- [2010-03-14 12:50]
Laszlo can be proud for this lovely dedication!
Great old fungus, whit great details and colors.
And the Lazslo Critique is great!
I quite like this. It looks like a part of a tree trunk!
The lighting seems to be well balanced, and the colours have come out naturally. And a great dedication to our good friend Mr. Fungi:)
TFS and have a nice new week!