Fungi again


This is a time lapse video about fly agaric fungi growing.

Today, again to Gooilust nature reserve.

Three grey herons near a ditch.

Many fungi. Sulphur tufts. Candlesnuff fungusand Shaggy Pholiota on the same tree. Fly agarics. Turkey tail. Piptoporus betulinus on a fallen birch.

A fallen tree with various species on it, including Exidia plana, which has grown a bit since last week.

From British daily The Independent:

Fungi scientists are endangered species

Budget cuts threaten research into basics that propagate life on Earth

THE DRY SPRUCE forests that cover Alaska, Canada and parts of northern Europe have are getting some help from a surprising ally in their struggle against global warming: mushrooms; see here.

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