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Common Yarrow + fly
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Hoverfly On Daisy



Narrow-Waisted Hoverfly (I think) looking for nectar on a Golden Marguerite Daisy
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Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Beefsteak Fungus Fistulina hepatica

This fungus has a common name likening it to beef and a scientific name referring to liver.

It grows on oak trees.

https://www.wildfooduk.com/mushroom-...fsteak-fungus/

While it is edible, our experience is that it tastes very sour, such that we have not eaten it since our first experience, several decades ago.

I found this one, about the size of my hand, just above ground level, in a local wood in shade.

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Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Not sure what is the proper name for this, but is certainly a big one about 18cm in diameter.




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Not sure what is the proper name for this, but is certainly a big one about 18cm in diameter.
Shaggy Parasol Chlorophyllum rhacodes

In my opinion, the tastiest of the edible ones.

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Autumn colours take your pick

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Tawny Grisette Amanita fulva

The name comes from the grey colour of the Grisette Amanita vaginata. Both species are found in woodland, usually as solitary individuals, and are edible. Some other species in the genus are deadly poisonous.

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Sweet Chestnut Castanea sativa Fruits

There are locations that I can visit, within a comfortable driving distance, where there are Sweet Chestnut trees. These bear the culinary nuts.

At this time of year, there are many fruits, shed by the trees, on the ground. Before ripening, they are high up in the trees, up to 100 feet (ca 35m) above our heads.

I was fortunate, on a local nature reserve, to find theses fruits at eye level on a young tree.

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Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Looking for an ID on this one. I think it is Aniseed Cockleshell (Lentinellus cochleatus) but it didn't smell like aniseed. Any help appreciated.

Fungi by George Ingram, on Flickr
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Looking for an ID on this one. I think it is Aniseed Cockleshell (Lentinellus cochleatus) but it didn't smell like aniseed. Any help appreciated.
Impossible to be sure but it looks suspiciously like Honey Fungus.

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Impossible to be sure but it looks suspiciously like Honey Fungus.

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I think it might be Tawny Funnel.


https://www.flickr.com/gp/47806918@N00/Lk04jZ

Found it in one of my books.


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Sulphur Tuft Hypholoma fasciculare

This is a common woodland mushroom found on rotting trees stumps or rotting fallen trees. Sometimes many clumps can be found on a small area of woodland but, more usually, one or two widely spaced ones is more the usual experience. Anyway, it is usually possible to find a photogenic clump, even better if it is bathed in a shaft of sunlight.

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Red Acer

This is s diminutive variety, not as tall as I am. The leaves in autumn are about as intensely red as any.

Photographed after prolonged, heavy rain.

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Wrinkled Crust Phlebia radiata

This emerging colony was on a piece of rotting, but still bark-covered, twig on the ground. The link shows an image of a mature colony.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phlebia_radiata

The first image was shot in the field, the others on my return home but on the same day.

First image: Olympus EM-1, (aperture priority), Olympus 4/3 50mm f2 macro, f10, sunlight, hand-held.

Close-ups: Olympus EM-1 (manual mode), Laowa 25mm f2.8 2.5x-5x ultra-macro at x2.5, f11, triple TTL flash hand-held. FOV 7mm wide.

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Fruits of Ginger Hedychium Assam Orange with Stereo

For the flowers see:

https://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/to...0107/#14581649

The stereos are crosseye.

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