Nature's beauty - Spiral fern with dew.

natureisthegreatestartist: “What’s this? It’s a carnivorous plant called drosophyllum lusitanicum. And those sparkling droplets are actually sweet, sticky secretions that trap insects.

Marasmius rotula

Marasmius Rotula is a common species of Agaric fungus in the family Marasmiaceae. Widespread in the Northern Hemisphere.

˚Young specimen of Cyptotrama aspratum. Coachwood Glen, Blue Mountains, Australia by Ken Beath @ flickr

˚Young specimen of Cyptotrama aspratum. Coachwood Glen, Blue Mountains, Australia by Ken Beath

“Mushroom Ninja” Explores the Beautiful World of Exotic Fungi on His Hikes - My Modern Met

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

purple, white & green (Ryan Grastorf a. the Mushroom Ninja, portfolio of multi-colored mushrooms)

Leucocoprinus cretaceus - fanciful mushroom

Frilly White Mushroom - Leucocoprinus cretaceus - Looks like a parasol

Clavaria Zollingeri gallery: http://www.boredpanda.com/mushroom-photography/

The Mystical World Of Mushrooms Captured In Photos

Violet Coral Fungus (Clavaria zollingeri) Coral fungi is also known as Club fungi.

Letharia vulpina ("wolf lichen") on incense cedar bark, western slope of the Sierra Nevada, California. Letharia columbiana, in the previous portrait, is its sister species.  This was the most widely used dye lichen for indigenous peoples in western North America, used from the Rockies to the Pacific coast, from California to Alaska. Some groups also made paint from it.

Letharia vulpina (wolf lichen) California Used as dye - paint - poison arrowheads, weak tea for internal issues by the Okanagan-Colville and Blackfoot

Researchers at the University of Manchester have discovered millions of Aspergillus spores in our pillows, as well as a possible symbiotic relationship that is

Researchers have discovered millions of Aspergillus spores in our pillows; It's also found in plant soil, ground pepper and spices and in the kitchen and bathroom. It's a year-round mold.

nidularia - bird's nest fungi

These beautiful fungi are called nidulariacea and are also known as fairy cups or bird nest’s fungi, because they look like bird nests with little eggs in them. Photo by artist Miwa Matreyeck. via Gilda Davidian

Lichen in the snowy garden.

Wordless Wednesday 1/18/12 – Lichen It

Fotografie

Yellow Chanterelle, Cantharellus cibarius, on the Olympic Penin - Delicious edible mushroom, perfectly suited for soups

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