This October 2017 video is about photographing mushrooms in the Netherlands.
On Sunday 9 October, to the botanical garden.
Looking for fungi. Even though this not a good year for fungi because of the dry spring, there still are some here.
First, Peniophora quercina.
Ring-necked parakeets call.
On a big old tree, Ganoderma adspersum.
Sulphur tuft. Bleeding fairy helmet on a tree trunk.
Saffron crocus flowering.
For almost 100 years, there has been controversy as to the possible parent species of the saffron crocus are. If the parent species were known, changes could be inserted into the crocus genome by new breeding. It is precisely this mystery that biologists have now solved: here.
Finally, little red coral spot fungi.
Dutch Rust Fungi: here.