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Little Mushroom

Inspired by the shot taken by andym in this forum earlier.
Taken in the garden this morning

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Re: Little Mushroom

Looks like a Birch boletus to me.
The whole shot looks to be a serious slant though.
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Re: Little Mushroom

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Looks like you have mice too!

I must get out as I keep seeing these nice shots of fungi.

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Re: Little Mushroom

Good Catch I forgot to straighten it.

Here is an adjusted version.





Certainly have squirrels and rabbits in the garden so mice will have to form an orderly queue.
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Re: Little Mushroom

Much better the slugs seem to have been eating it though and IF my ID is correct they are good to eat.

http://www.rogersmushrooms.com/galle...erydefault.asp
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Re: Little Mushroom

Get the frying pan out!
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Re: Little Mushroom

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Get the frying pan out!
watch out for the maggots though
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