Fungi and a vole


Today, Den Treek Henschoten nature reserve.

Quite some fungi; some frozen and basically dead, while other species are better adapted to winter weather.

Split gill fungi on a branch of a fallen tree.

Birch bracket. Turkey tail.

A species which can survive frost well: Polyporus brumalis.

Phlebia radiata

Phlebia radiata.

Great spotted woodpeckers. Two blue tits drinking from a small hole in ice.

Oyster mushroom. Bleeding oak crust.

On a coniferous tree stump, stag horn fungus.

Finally, a bank vole in the forest undergrowth. Bank vole photos: here.

Extremotolerance in fungi: evolution on the edge: here.

White bank vole caught by kestrel in Norway: here.

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