Fungi and woodpecker


This is a video of a wood warbler in the Spanderswoud.

On our way to the Naardermeer and back today, we passed Spanderswoud nature reserve twice.

Clitocybe nebularis fungi along the bicycle track.

During a walk on our way back: two great tits and a great spotted woodpecker.

Fly agaric mushrooms. Porcelain fungi.

Pholiota squarrosa.

Sulphur tuft.

What do spore-launching mushrooms have in common with highly water-repellent surfaces? Here.

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