Unknown Fungus on Pine Tree Stump
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|Yesterday late afternoon on my way back from visiting my son in the north of the county I stopped off because it was so warm and sunny even though there was a stiff wind blowing. I stopped off in Clumber Park a large area of mixed woodland and open heath which last year gave me some nice images of fungi so I was hopping for the same again and was not disapointed, though most of them I have not been able to name like this pair here, which were part of a group of about 12 growing out of a well decaded Pine Tree Stump.|
The Pine cone is about 50mm long for a size comparison and some of the others in the group had opened up almost flat, if it would help to name them I could post these as a WS so you could see them.
Hope you like them any way
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Muy buena foto, me gusta esa imágen con poca luz, de bosque sombrío, parecido a lo que alguna vez vi aquí, con hongos de color casi identico.
Me gusta la composición, con el detalle de la piña a un lado de los hongos.
Nice POV I like the addition of the pine cone. Their colour and thepine stump makes me think it could be a Gymnopilus junonius