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Copyright: Mn Gl (marjan) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 459 W: 14 N: 366] (2685)
Genre: Fungi
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2007-09-02
Categories: Fungi
Camera: Minolta Dimage Z1
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2007-09-04 8:42
Viewed: 4484
Points: 10
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
this is my first shot of small fungus in this outumn season. I dont know ID , but I liek it becouse it is so modest.
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Yummy - I love moshrooms - but I'm also not sure about the ID. But it's a nice one, thanks and greetings
Sabine - wishnugaruda

Hi Marjan,
Sorry I can't help with the ID.
But I agree with you that this fungi looks great against all that dried leaves, and perhaps a like lonely.
It's so rich the texture and colours seen on it.
Well done and thanks for share it.
My best regards,
JM

Que suerte teneis de poder empezar a ver ya los primeros hongos. Aquí hay bastante sequía y si no llueve pronto este año no podremos ver hongos en los bosques. Parece una especie de Boletus ??? aunque yo no soy experto. Es una bonita composición, con bellos colores pero con un ligero desenfoque.
Saludos Marjan.

Hi Marjan,
This fungus is 100% surely a Boletus. About the exact ID it would be good to know which tree species were around the mushroom. You know, most of the Boletus species build mycorrhysa connection with a tree. For some Boletus sp. the tree sp. doesn't count, but a lot of others only build the connection with one tree specie exclusively, for example Boletus luridus with Pinus silvestris. it would also be good to know what happened to the flesh of the fungus when You cut it. Did it turn blue, for example?!
About the photo: I like it, it has nice colours, OK sharpness and the texture of the Boletus stem may be seen well. Nice image. Best regards from Hungary, László

Hi Marjan.
A bit difficult to ident with young species, but I think it can be the dangerous B.satanas.
I posted a similar specie, B.calopus, HERE & HERE, but the colour of the stem pattern, as you can see is the other way round, darker at the base and with red cells.
Nice natural capture, you got an optimal DOF to get it out of the messed BG.
Thanks and regards, Felipe.

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