Crepidotus crocophyllus (6)
This time a species new to TN from my last holiday trip to my home country: Crepidotus crocophyllus (Berk.) Sacc., a species which is usually growing in virgin forests and other unspoilt locations, on deciduous trees. In Europe it's uncommon and is apparently having a Southern distribution. As in case of most Crepidotus species, the underside with the lamellae (gills) is more spectacular than the upper surface (see workshop) - at least from the photographer's viewpoint. I found some specimens, the first time in my life, in a virgin beech forest not far from Lillafüred, in the Bükk National Park, on 331 meters above sea level.
Photo: made with f/4, 1/30 sec. and ISO 250 in manual exposure mode. PP: moderate cropping and level adjustment.
Thanks for looking.