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Fungi of The Garden - Quiz


Fungi of The Garden - Quiz
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Copyright: Grzegorz Wieczorek (red45) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2636 W: 74 N: 9091] (31094)
Genre: Fungi
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2009-09-12
Categories: Fungi
Camera: Canon EOS 400D, Sigma 70-300mm F4-5.6 APO DG Macro
Details: Tripod: Yes
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2009-09-12 10:29
Viewed: 3590
Points: 24
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Hello Friends!

So... autumn came. Days are still very hot sometimes, but much shorter. Nights are cold, mornings full of mist. I wasn't very active last weeks. I was busy in work and hadn't much time to walks with my camera. Today I went to Botanic Garden. Weather wasn't bad - sometimes clouds, sometimes clear sky without wind. I went to the few different 'forests' in The Garden to look for fungi. I was really surprised and happy, because there were many species of fungi with different shapes and colours. I was walking for about four hours and catched more then 30 different species. Here you see 16 of them. Please, try to identify them :-)

I would like to dedicate this post for all fungi fans from TN!

By the way, do you like to eat fungi? In Poland this is very common to go to forest, grab fungi and then eat them is soup or with scrabled eggs. This is some kind of national sport like fishing etc. Of course every Pole is real expert in identyfing fungi :-) And this is obvious then fungi founded by yourself are much more tasty that those bought from shop :-)

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  • nglen Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2883 W: 30 N: 9683] (36145)
  • [2009-09-12 10:35]

Hi Greg. You must of had a good time in the wood to find so many different fungi. I like the way you have put this set together for us. All with fine detail and natural colours. well done TFS.
Nick..

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  • siggi Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3097 W: 109 N: 12399] (52850)
  • [2009-09-12 10:50]

Hallo Grzegorz,
Przyrzekam ,ze jak bede mial wiecej czasu to zajme sie ta lamiglowka.Swietna kompozycja i na czasie,zestawienie jest bardzo interesujace.
Podoba sie .Pozdrawiam Siggi

Hehehe! Wlasnie zjadlem jajecznice z grzybami! :P
Fajny, kolorowy collage grzybowy :) I w ogole ach i och, ale niestety te zdjecia nieuchronnie przypominaja, ze jesien idzie :(
Pozdrawiam serdecznie zyczac slonecznej niedzieli!
Radek

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  • Argus Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5038 W: 260 N: 15594] (50626)
  • [2009-09-12 12:55]

Hello greg,
I am no mycologist but I can recognise some of the species of fungi in this fine collage, like Russula and Lycoperdon. The others I would have to look up so I leave the competition to the experts such as Lįszló.
But its a fine collage with excellent quality images.
Thanks and have a good weekend,
Ivan

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  • chudy Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 130 W: 0 N: 176] (899)
  • [2009-09-12 13:12]

Siemanko!
Z tej pieknej kolekcji zjad³bym tylko jednego :-)
Pozdrawiam Slawek

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  • cloud Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 497 W: 111 N: 1535] (9539)
  • [2009-09-12 23:44]

Witaj Grzegorzu,
Z punktu widzenia grzybiarza marne te grzyby bo tylko dwa gatuki rozpoznalem ktore ie zbiera a i te sa nizszej kategorii wartosci kulinarnej. Kolaz bardzo mi sie podoba, wszystkie zdjecia sa bardzo dobrej jakosci, ladna jesienna kolorystyka.
Pozdrawiam, Pawel

Witaj, Grzegorz,
My compliments! Excellent compilation of mashrooms! Superb macro, excellent real colors! Well done!
Pozdrawiam!
Sergiusz

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  • PeterZ Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5137 W: 166 N: 13121] (49139)
  • [2009-09-13 1:01]

Hello Greg,
Impressive collection of fungi. Your Botanical Garden is very special. Beautiful photo and a good one to make a poster out of it and use it at school.
Good sharpness and very nice colours in all of them.
Regards,
Peter

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  • tuslaw Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2754 W: 282 N: 4931] (19883)
  • [2009-09-15 18:49]

Super collage Grzegorz!!
Very nice assortment of mushrooms shown with excellent detail, color, and exposure.
Yes, I too love to eat mushrooms from the wild, but only those I can positively identify. TFS.
Ron

Cześć Grzegorz
Ale zagadkę wykombinowałeś.
Od razu odpowiadam na pytanie drugie - lubię zbierać i jeść grzyby (w końcu jestem z Polski, nie? ;-) ). Wydawało mi się również, że z moją znajomością grzybów nie jest źle, ale patrząc na Twój kolaż, widzę, że sporo nauki przede mną :)
To co rozpoznaję to: I rząd, zdjęcie 2 - purchawka, II rząd, zdjęcie 2 - jakiś muchomor?, III rząd, zdjęcie 1 - tęgoskór?, zdjęcie 3 - zajączek, IV rząd, zdjęcie 2 - gołąbek wymiotny, zdjęcie 4 - znów jakiś muchomor.
Ciekawe ile z tych grzybów rozpoznałam właściwie :)
Pozdrawiam i gratuluję ładnej pracy
Ania

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  • foozi Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 2791 W: 0 N: 6696] (25839)
  • [2009-09-24 7:12]

Hi Grzegorz,
excellent collage of these wonderful fungi and mushrooms.Beautiful details and a variety of them gives a lot of knowledge of this specially created subjects.
the features and characteristic is indeed well noted.
Well done and and great appreciation for your work.

regards,
Foozi

Hi Grzeg,
Finally I'm here to take part of the quiz... Although some of the species are impossible to identify from one photo only (without seeing the gills etc.), but of course there are certain species I recognized. Just for example: 1/2 is Lycoperdon perlatum, 1/4 is a small Hebeloma, most probably H. sacchariolens, 2/1: Xerocomus rubellus, 3/2 is Coprinellus micaceus or C. truncorum, 3/3 is Xerocomus subtomentusos very probably, 3/4 is Xylaria polymorpha, 4/1 is Hebeloma sinapizans or a very closed relative, 4/2 is a Russula (impossible to identify without microscopical analysation) and so one. Maybe, with more additional info I should name each, but in that case the critique would be too long and boring... :)
Tfs this great collage, have a nice weekend, Lįszló

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