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|This is a mushroom that need help about ID. The size is more more than 30cm wide.|
I found this one in 'Phreah Khan' area.
On the other side of this tree stump there is a young one of this same species, about the size of a fist. You can see this one in workshop.
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- [2006-10-19 6:42]
Hello Jitit !
We have these "giants" in France too, but I'm sorry I can't help you with ID. Excellent exposure on the white part of the fungi, beautiful composition and POV, and excellent details. I also like the WS picture. Very well done !
- [2006-10-19 7:35]
good capture of this funghi. POV, details and colors are very nice. Good composition.
- [2006-10-19 9:04]
Very intersting capture.Well caught,framed and composed.
Again, I have seen this kind of fungus in my native area which does not perish and is assimilated into the wood, JC.
I am sorry I cannot identify it as a particular species.
The white part of it looks like frosted snow and contrasts well with the dark rotting tree trunk.
Very impressive collection of fungus from Cambodia.
TFS and bye.
La prise est tres belle avec une jolie composition, très nette, très "pure".
les couleurs sont superbes.
bravo et merci du partage...JP
Les sourires demain
Your species surely belongs to the genus Ganoderma, but without microscopical analysis it's impossible to say which one exactly. As per composition, it's a little too central and the "empty" space on left is a bit too much to my taste. But the theme you were building is very interesting - I hope once you fully return to the site with more fungi photos from Thailand.
Best regards, László