Fungus on a dead pine tree

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Comments (11)

Irina Omsk on January 25, 2013

What fur mushrooms!:))

Ronald Losure on January 25, 2013

Yes, they have an interesting texture - maybe furry. Thanks for the visit and like, Irina.

Lydie STUELSATZ-DERB… on January 26, 2013

You have very nice picture of fungus Ronald ! YS for ma collection ! greetings from France. lydie

Ronald Losure on January 26, 2013

Thank you, Lydie. Less sneaky but no less nice of you. Ron.

mir@cle on January 27, 2013

life goes on:)

Ronald Losure on January 27, 2013

Thank God for fungi, Julia. Recycling dead trees.

Ronald Losure on January 31, 2013

Thank you, azizaH. The light of the rising sun was shining on it, which gave it a brighter color. Greetings. Ron.

azizaH on January 31, 2013

very different from the fungus in my country, the color is beautiful.

salam, azizaH

Ronald Losure on January 31, 2013

:-)) Yes, this is more correct, azizaH, but I understood your comment before.

Marjan Kustera on February 5, 2013

This fungus name is .....

Pholiota squarrosa,commonly known as the shaggy scalycap!

Take look at this LINK in Wikipedia....

Ronald Losure on February 5, 2013

Thank you for the research, Kuki. These have much shorter stems than the description, but otherwise seem quite similar.

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Ronald Losure
Starkville, Mississippi, USA

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