Otidea bufonia/Not edible,rare - Жабље уво / НЕЈЕСТИВА,ретка у целој Европи

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Otidea bufonia (Pers.) Boud. Kröten-Öhrling Toad's Ear. Cup 1–7cm across.

Habitat roadsides, woodland. Season late summer to early autumn. Rare. Not edible. Found In Europe.

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Comments (108)

Méry 3°人~°。 on January 17, 2013

Une excellente photo !

 Salutations de Cannes .fr

Méry 3° _人~°。

AIME -•-•-•> 15

Cristiano Rossi on January 17, 2013

Foto fantastica e fungo veramente incredibile ! Complimenti. L+F Saluti.

João Paulo Coutinho on January 18, 2013

Bela foto.LIKE

_Brabo..._ on January 18, 2013

Woww never seen before!! Thanks for sharing Kuki

YSL 7/18 -Ofcourse- (:

Greetings Ad

Marjan Kustera on January 18, 2013

Thanks Ad,Paulo,Cristiano.........!


Dana Valentova on January 18, 2013

Wonderful photo, Kuki


Best wishes, Dana

Marjan Kustera on January 18, 2013

Thanks Dana,Kuki

Like dear friend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Giannis Korilis on January 18, 2013

CONGRATULATIONS very impressive...YSL...with friendly greetings pappous

Marjan Kustera on January 18, 2013

Thanks NIKOS and Pappous - Best regards from Serbia,Kuki

Петар Бојић on January 18, 2013

Odličan makro!


Pozdrav, Petar

Marjan Kustera on January 18, 2013

Хвала Петре......има још залихе слика гљива,па не одустајем!Куки

Roman Zázvorka on January 18, 2013

Very beautiful photo, beautiful mushroom. LIKE. Best regards and wish nice day from the Czech Republic . Roman

Guizel J.c on January 18, 2013

Very interesting shot and nature



David Hodson on January 18, 2013

Fascinating that so many fungi look like pieces of meat. Is there a reason for this?

Marjan Kustera on January 18, 2013

No my dear friend thatchinator,there is no reason for that!

There is something special about footpaths through woods that suits these and other ear- and cup-like fungi - perhaps it is the disturbance, or maybe the change in soil density due to compaction, that causes them to fruit most often right on the edges of such well-trodden tracks.

David Hodson on January 18, 2013

I know that some fungi smell foetid to attract insects to pass on their spores. I was wondering if this applied to meaty fungi, so that it would attract mammal scavengers.

Marjan Kustera on January 18, 2013

Thanks for your comment again,Kuki

Very good! Like!

Marjan Kustera on January 19, 2013

Thanks Kostas,best regards from Serbia,Kuki

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 16, 2013
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    by Marjan Kustera
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot A460
    • Taken on 2012/11/30 22:08:49
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 5.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash