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|First time I see Clavariadelphus occidentalis, and quite a big group of them.|
Curious looking mushrooms - so curious it was easy to find the ID.
some info from http://www.rogersmushrooms.com:
location: North America, Europe
fungus colour: Yellow, Violet or purple, Brown
normal size: 5-15cm
cap type: Other
stem type: Lateral, rudimentary or absent
spore colour: White, cream or yellowish
habitat: Grows in woods, Grows on plant material/manure
Clavariadelphus pistillaris (Linn.: Fr.) Donk syn. Clavaria pistillaris Fr. Pestle-shaped Coral. Fruit body 7-30cm high, 2-6cm wide, forming a large club swollen at its apex; light yellow to deep ochre, with a purplish-lavender bloom over the stem; dry, smooth, with longitudinal wrinkles on the lower part of the club; never branching. Flesh firm then soft and spongy; white, bruising brownish. Odor sickly, mushroomy. Taste mild to bitter. Spores ellipsoid, smooth, (7.5) 9-13.8(16) x 4.5-7.5µ. Deposit white to yellowish. Habitat gregarious to solitary in leaf litter, especially beech. Found widespread in North America and also in Europe. Season July-October. Edible.
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Lovely image, sharp with great detail and colour of this fungus showing it's environment.
Interesting subject. Well exposure. You brought out the nature colors of it and pretty matching ground.
Hacía tiempo no visitaba tu galería, y veo unas magníficas reproduciones de hongos, todas ellas con bonita composición, gran nitidez y bellos colores. Gracias por compartirlas. Un cordial saludo