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Boletus depilatus (Boletus depilatus)
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Boletus depilatus (Boletus depilatus)

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Jack-O-Lantern Mushrooms (Omphalotus Olearius) ~ By Filip Novotný
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**kališník hnedooranžový Omphalotus olearius jo no el conec

Omphalotus Olearius - 46 Magical Wild Mushrooms You Won't Believe .

(Omphalotus Olearius) ~ By Filip Novotný

I guess I have a soft spot for golden mushrooms.

Jack-O-Lantern Mushrooms (Omphalotus Olearius) ~ By Filip Novotný

Jack-O-Lantern Mushrooms (Omphalotus Olearius) ~ By Filip Novotný
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Maidens Veil Fungi - the cap is covered with a greenish-brown spore-containing slime, which attracts flies and other insects that eat the spores and disperse them. (Wiki)
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Maiden Veil Fungus by Graciela. This fungus lasts only a day or two and isnt too commonly seen. The colour of the veil can range from white, to pink to orange in some cases.

Maiden Veil Fungus - beautiful This fungus is characterised by a terrible smell (likened to rotting-meat) which has been known to cause groups to change their campsites.

Maiden Veil Fungus - crazy beautiful - Imagine this as a starting point for a sculpture!

Maiden's Veil Fungus - the cap is covered with a greenish-brown spore-containing slime, which attracts flies and other insects that eat the spores and disperse them.

Maidens Veil Fungi - the cap is covered with a greenish-brown spore-containing slime, which attracts flies and other insects that eat the spores and disperse them. (Wiki)

Maidens Veil Fungi - the cap is covered with a greenish-brown spore-containing slime, which attracts flies and other insects that eat the spores and disperse them. (Wiki)
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September is National Mushroom Month. There are many toxic mushrooms so don't take them unless you know you are about to Trip balls.
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A toxic mushroom, amanita muscaria.

September is National Mushroom Month! Its amazing something like that grows in nature

The classic toadstool.red with white dots.

Foragers should beware unknown mushrooms, warns fungi expert

September is National Mushroom Month. There are many toxic mushrooms so don't take them unless you know you are about to Trip balls.

September is National Mushroom Month. There are many toxic mushrooms so don't take them unless you know you are about to Trip balls.
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Hygrocybe punicea, sometimes called Crimson or Scarlet Waxy Cap, is a colourful member of the genus Hygrocybe, the waxcaps, found across Northern Europe. It's the largest member of the genus, w an initially bell-shaped, and later flattening. The spore print is white. The ringless stipe is up 5–9 cm high and 2 cm wide, red w a paler yellow or whitish base. The flesh is whitish. It has a wide distribution in grasslands across Laos, and in woodland in North America.
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Hygrocybe punicea, sometimes called Crimson or Scarlet Waxy Cap, is found across Northern Europe and Laos, and in woodland in North America.

The Shroom Room - Temple Illuminatus

LCM Distribution: I picked this because it's a a burst of colors, so much that it could be shared.

The Magic Faraway Tree

Hygrocybe punicea, sometimes called Crimson or Scarlet Waxy Cap, is a colourful member of the genus Hygrocybe, the waxcaps, found across Northern Europe. It's the largest member of the genus, w an initially bell-shaped, and later flattening. The spore print is white. The ringless stipe is up 5–9 cm high and 2 cm wide, red w a paler yellow or whitish base. The flesh is whitish. It has a wide distribution in grasslands across Laos, and in woodland in North America.

Hygrocybe punicea, sometimes called Crimson or Scarlet Waxy Cap, is a colourful member of the genus Hygrocybe, the waxcaps, found across Northern Europe. It's the largest member of the genus, w an initially bell-shaped, and later flattening. The spore print is white. The ringless stipe is up 5–9 cm high and 2 cm wide, red w a paler yellow or whitish base. The flesh is whitish. It has a wide distribution in grasslands across Laos, and in woodland in North America.
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Chicken Of the Woods....this one is a bit more allergenic then it's relative that has white undersides but is still yummy!
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Tree fungi- chicken of the woods

>Fungi are spectacularly beautiful and seem to catch me off guard, rounding a bend and there's one ready to be admired.

The Beauty of Wooden Nature

Laetiporus - 'Chicken Of the Woods'.this one is a bit more allergenic then its relative that has white undersides but is still yummy!

Chicken Of the Woods....this one is a bit more allergenic then it's relative that has white undersides but is still yummy!

Chicken Of the Woods....this one is a bit more allergenic then it's relative that has white undersides but is still yummy!
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Get your forks ready - you'll be fighting over the last bite of Gnocchi with Spinach, Mushrooms and Crispy Prosciutto. This 30 minute, gluten and dairy-free meal is a stunner! | iowagirleats.com
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replace procutto with vegan bacon and add in seafood and broccholi

I like to add more spinach and use sweet potato gnocchi and shiitake mushrooms for a little extra special something.

If you love healthy foods you'll will appreciate our site!

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Get your forks ready - you'll be fighting over the last bite of Gnocchi with Spinach, Mushrooms and Crispy Prosciutto. This 30 minute, gluten and dairy-free meal is a stunner! | iowagirleats.com

Get your forks ready - you'll be fighting over the last bite of Gnocchi with Spinach, Mushrooms and Crispy Prosciutto. This 30 minute, gluten and dairy-free meal is a stunner! | iowagirleats.com

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We found this colorful coral fungus (Clavinopsis fusiformis or Clavaria fusiformis) growing on a mowed woodland path on our neighbor's property near Mars Hill in Madison Co., NC. It is one of the 2,000+ fungi that are found in the southern Appalachians.

We found this colorful coral fungus (Clavinopsis fusiformis or Clavaria fusiformis) growing on a mowed woodland path on our neighbor's property near Mars Hill in Madison Co. It is one of the fungi that are found in the southern Appalachians.

Hygrocybe Punicea, sometimes called Crimson- or Scarlet Waxy Cap ~ © Agorastos Photography

Hygrocybe Punicea, sometimes called Crimson- or Scarlet Waxy Cap ~ © Agorastos Photography Nature mushrooms

Grilled Portobello Mushrooms Stuffed with Sausage, Spinach, and Cheese are a fun dinner from the grill that's low-carb, Keto, low-glycemic, gluten-free, and South Beach Diet Phase One! [found on KalynsKitchen.com]

Grilled Portobello Mushrooms Stuffed with Sausage, Spinach, and Cheese

Grilled Portobello Mushrooms Stuffed with Sausage, Spinach, and Cheese- add sliced tomato on top

Lycoperdon perlatum popularly known as the common puffball, warted puffball, gem-studded puffball, or the devil's snuff-box, is a species of puffball fungus in the family Agaricaceae.

Lycoperdon perlatum popularly known as the common puffball, warted puffball, gem-studded puffball, or the devil's snuff-box, is a species of puffball fungus in the family Agaricaceae. - COMPLETELY AMAZING & SO BEAUTIFUL!

Roasted Italian Mushrooms Recipe - Roasted baby portobello mushrooms tossed with capers and onions in a deliciously seasoned tomato sauce.

Roasted Italian Mushrooms Recipe - Roasted baby portobello mushrooms tossed with capers and onions in a deliciously seasoned tomato sauce.

Hericium coralloides, a fungi. Photo via wikipedia.

deliciousdimension: “ Hericium is a genus of edible mushrooms in the Hericiaceae family. Species in this genus are white and fleshy and grow on dead or dying wood; fruiting bodies resemble a mass of fragile icicle-like spines that are suspended from.

♕ 'Porcelain Fungi' by Danny Beath (his photographs are magical)

mushrooms in the forest. the light on those delicate membranes of mushroom and web.

Beautiful! The parasol mushroom (Macrolepiota procera)

"I'm always finding something new in the garden." Beautiful picture - its got wonderful detail.

The "Destroying Angel" (Amanita bisporigera), is as deadly as it is beautiful.  What a poetic name for something so noxious.  Pardon the pun, but it is much better to have loose morels.
Here's a fascinating account of someone who survived Amanita poisoning:  http://blog.mycology.cornell.edu/?p=68  Scary.

White Mushroom the "destroying angel" (amanita bisporigera), is as deadly as it is beautiful.

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