Amethyst deceivers, fly agarics and woodpecker of Vlieland


Amethyst deceiver fungus, Vlieland, 27 September 2015

After the birds of the morning of 27 September on Vlieland island, in the afternoon we went again to the forest north of the village. Where these young amethyst deceiver fungi grew.

Amethyst deceiver fungi, Vlieland, 27 September 2015

Russula sp., 27 September 2015

As we continued, a beautiful red mushroom. Probably one of many Russula species.

Fly agarics, 27 September 2015

A bit further, more red mushrooms, easier to recognize: fly agarics.

Torenvijver, Vlieland, 27 September 2015

Next, the Torenvijver pond. Pictured on this photo; the only one on this blog post not made with a macro lens, but with a wide-angle lens.

This is video about the Torenvijver in May 2012, with much sound by many edible frogs.

When we were there, the pond was much more silent. Just three mallards, two males and one female, swimming.

Vlieland fresh water and animals: here.

Yellow stagshorn, 27 September 2015

As we continued, there was this yellow stagshorn fungus along the footpath.

A great spotted woodpecker calls.

Bolete, 27 September 2015

A big bolete fungus, looking like a slug has already eaten part of it.

Shaggy ink cap, 27 September 2015

Shaggy ink cap.

Sulphur tufts, Vlieland, 27 September 2015

Sulphur tufts on an old tree stump.

Sulphur tufts, on Vlieland, 27 September 2015

A dead wood mouse on the footpath through a forested dune.

Russula macrocarpa in Bergen, the Netherlands: here.

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