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Radically Diverse Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/05/radically-diverse-australian-fungi-photographed-by-steve-axford/

Radically Diverse Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/05/radically-diverse-australian-fungi-photographed-by-steve-axford/

Rainforest fungi, Lamington NP, Australia by David Woolcock

Rainforest fungi, Lamington NP, Australia by David Woolcock

. : forest jewelery : . - http://www.martin-pfister-photography.de/ Once again this fragile beautiful forest jewelery... hope it will not be boring for you guys :)

. : forest jewelery : . - http://www.martin-pfister-photography.de/ Once again this fragile beautiful forest jewelery... hope it will not be boring for you guys :)

Amazing Fungi: Photography by Steve Axford | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Amazing Fungi: Photography by Steve Axford

Amazing Fungi: Photography by Steve Axford | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Organ Pipe Fungi-Fungi can be recognized by the following five characteristics:(5) They usually reproduce by means of spores, which develop on, and are released by, a range of unique structures (such as mushrooms, cup fungi, and many other kinds of microscopically small fruiting bodies).http://www.mycolog.com/fungus.htm

Organ Pipe Fungi-Fungi can be recognized by the following five characteristics:(5) They usually reproduce by means of spores, which develop on, and are released by, a range of unique structures (such as mushrooms, cup fungi, and many other kinds of microscopically small fruiting bodies).http://www.mycolog.com/fungus.htm

Mycena epipterygia var. viscosa                                                                                                                                                      More

Mycena epipterygia var. viscosa More

Laccaria amethystina, commonly known as the Amethyst Deceiver is a small brightly colored, edible mushroom, that grows in deciduous as well as coniferous forests. Because its bright amethyst coloration fades with age and weathering, it becomes difficult to identify, hence the common name ‘Deceiver’. It is found mainly in Northern temperate zones

Laccaria amethystina, commonly known as the Amethyst Deceiver is a small brightly colored, edible mushroom, that grows in deciduous as well as coniferous forests. Because its bright amethyst coloration fades with age and weathering, it becomes difficult to identify, hence the common name ‘Deceiver’. It is found mainly in Northern temperate zones

8 Dangerously Beautiful Poisonous Mushrooms

8 Dangerously Beautiful Poisonous Mushrooms

just-too-stoned:  Source: A Very Vivid Blue Mushroom I spotted near Wanaka, New Zealand

just-too-stoned: Source: A Very Vivid Blue Mushroom I spotted near Wanaka, New Zealand

mushrooms - Pine Cone Bonnet (Mycena Seynii)

mushrooms - Pine Cone Bonnet (Mycena Seynii)

Mycena sp, Cavite, Philippines, Oct 9, 2011.

Mycena sp, Cavite, Philippines, Oct 9, 2011.

Stemonitis fusca by vor dem Harz

Stemonitis fusca by vor dem Harz

Jack-O-Lantern Mushrooms (Omphalotus Olearius) ~ By Filip Novotný

Jack-O-Lantern Mushrooms (Omphalotus Olearius) ~ By Filip Novotný

The world is full of natural treasures, which Ryan Grastorf found out firsthand only about a year and a half ago. "As an effort to reduce stress in life, I just started hiking more," he told Instagram Blog. "I found a mushroom, a very cool looking mushroom, and the rest is kind of history." Now, …

"Mushroom Ninja" Explores the Beautiful World of Exotic Fungi on His Hikes

The world is full of natural treasures, which Ryan Grastorf found out firsthand only about a year and a half ago. "As an effort to reduce stress in life, I just started hiking more," he told Instagram Blog. "I found a mushroom, a very cool looking mushroom, and the rest is kind of history." Now, …

The poisonous Magpie Fungus (Coprinopsis Picacea) is a native of the British isles. First described in 1785. Preferring alkaline soil, it is usually found in beech woods in late summer and early fall. Additional family members occur in North America and throughout Europe.

The poisonous Magpie Fungus (Coprinopsis Picacea) is a native of the British isles. First described in 1785. Preferring alkaline soil, it is usually found in beech woods in late summer and early fall. Additional family members occur in North America and throughout Europe.

Our favorite fungi photographer, Steve Axford, returns from the Australian woods with spectacular new shots of mushrooms, many of which me may have documented for the very first time. See more on Colossal.

Our favorite fungi photographer, Steve Axford, returns from the Australian woods with spectacular new shots of mushrooms, many of which me may have documented for the very first time. See more on Colossal.

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