- Hotelcalifornia (14408)
- [2016-03-12 11:11]
Attractive fungus! Beautiful color and well captured. Looking forward to know its name.
Thanks for sharing,
- lousat (65489)
- [2016-03-12 11:26]
Hi Lou,great close up as the main pic and a beautiful large view in the WS,very curious specie creating a bright brown carpet,i like it! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2016-03-13 0:41]
Mooie verzameling hier. Prachtige foto met dat groen er tussen, schitterende contrasten. Prima scherpte. Geldt ook voor de WS foto.
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2016-03-13 12:32]
An outstanding macro shot of this colorful fungi, never seen anything quite like it. Their vivid color amber make them stand out in contrast to the tiny green shoots growing beside them. Focus is super sharp displaying much detail. I like both images, but prefer this one the best. Great work!!
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2016-03-13 20:01]
I like the over-view in your workshop image better, Laurens.
It is indeed a very unusual Fungi.
Thanks for sharing it.
- lovenature (6391)
- [2016-03-14 18:26]
Very interesting and unique looking fungi, the bright colour is great with fine detail. Excellent macro.
- marius-secan (29598)
- [2016-03-15 1:39]
Incredible catch....Excellent colors and amazing focus.
A masterpiece.....Thanks for sharing!
- Hormon_Manyer (10251)
- [2017-12-26 8:58]
Beautiful shot, I just added it to my new theme Ascomycetes. What you found is surely a Scutellinia, however, identification on species level is not possible without microscope. The yellow apothecia / ascocarps (as most species in this genus has orange, reddish orange ones) may help, hence I think your fungi are one of the following:
- Scutellinia erinaceus (Schwein.) Kuntze;
- Scutellinia setosa (Nees) Kuntze;
- Scutellinia subhirtella Svrček.
I may be wrong, of course, as at least 40 species are occuring in Europe and the differences are mainly microscopical.
Have a nice Christmas, kind regards, László