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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Mushrooms 17


I do not believe I have ever seen this type of mushroom before.  
If I did, it was not as big or shaped like this one.




9 comments:

  1. Looking over all of your mushroom posts, I'm amazed at how many varieties there are. The all look good enough to eat. Of course, I'm not that daring.

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  2. It looks a bit crumpled but a pretty colour.

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  3. looks like it should be on a coral reef!

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  4. Funny, we saw a documentary last night about some wild man living in the woods. He found mushrooms that looked like trumpets and identified them. But of course I can't remember what they were called. Interesting.

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  5. They look like pretty battered examples of one of the chanterelle mushrooms. I see you've lost track of all these mushroom posts - your last post was called "Mushrooms 16" too!

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  6. Another I just have to comment on...how very weird. I haven't seen it either, unless, like you say, it was shaped different either earlier or later in its life cycle.

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  7. Stag horn sea shell fantasy, that one


    ALOHA from Honolulu
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