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In The Virgin Forest pt. VI. (14)
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In The Virgin Forest pt. VI. - The Corpse Eater

Dear Friends, I continue the series with the 6th part, the last fungi image from the Virgin Forest. Now starring The Corpse Eater - Cerrena unicolor, which is common there on the many dead beech logs. Easily recognizable due to its daedaloid pores - this is what You can see on the pic, from below the fungi. Color of fruitbodies are gray (see workshop 1), but often covered by algae (workshop 2).

This is also my last upload before leaving the site again: between 16th and 25th of July I'll be on holiday with my family near Lake Balaton. Tomorrow I'll be on trip in the mountains to find Boletus reticulatus and Cantharellus cibarius, but I try to get some time in Tuesday and Wednesday to comment Your images. If I don't manage to - I surely will after we arrive home.

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Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1467 W: 308 N: 2588] (10123)
Without algae
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Cerrena unicolor without algae.

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Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1467 W: 308 N: 2588] (10123)
Covered by algae
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Cerrena unicolor, covered by algae.