Turkey Tail Polypore (Trametes versicolor or Coriolus versicolor)

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This Turkey Tail fungi is found everywhere on dead wood and stumps.

If you cannot find these you may need to consider visiting an eye doctor or giving up mushroom collecting. ;-)

Used for dyes. Their medicinal value as adjunct cancer treatment including colorectal cancer and leukemia. In Asia its medicinal benefits has been found to be 100 per cent effective in suppressing prostate tumour development

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Comments (72)

moonia on November 8, 2011

so nice! like

Potoka on November 8, 2011

Very beautiful mamcro, nice composition. LIKE!!!!!!! Best regards.

‡S.sebt‡ on November 9, 2011

WWoowww they are so beautiful,They look like a paiting with thier colors!!

Haggs on November 9, 2011

Very nicely caught image Like

Tomros on November 19, 2011

Hello Moonia, Potoka, Sebt and Haggs!

thank you for visit, beautiful comments and

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Greetings, Tomas from Toronto

Christos Theodorou on December 17, 2011

Fascinating and colourful detail, very well captured. Greetings– Best Wishes and Happy New Year

MF(Meditation Falcon… on March 6, 2012

Beautiful mushroom shot, L+F! Thanks for visiting my gallery and nice comments. Best regards from Taiwan.

BritPlom on October 24, 2012

Superb!

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Greetings, François

JaPi on March 23

Nice close-up of the mushrooms!
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Greetings, JaPi

Piero Genova on April 15

Hello Tomas,

Thank you for entering your picture into the 2014 April VMC!

Good luck in the competition!

Regards, Piero

brko.jabuka on April 16

Splendid shot!

YSL

Greetings, Petar

Tomros on April 18

thanks Petar!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 11, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Tomros
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-ZS5
    • Taken on 2011/09/24 12:06:54
    • Exposure: 0.040s (1/25)
    • Focal Length: 15.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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