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voiceofnature: “ Amazing glowing mushrooms photographed by Bernd Rügemer ”

awesome Wrinkled Peach mushroom (Rhodotus palmatus) ~ By Dan Molter...

Wrinkled Peach mushroom (Rhodotus palmatus) ~ By Dan Molter

Wrinkled Peach mushroom (Rhodotus palmatus) ~ By Dan Molter - neat looking cap for color and texture

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VENENEUX blue toadstools Olga Nikoli via Rosa Lopez de Gomara onto lost in a forest III

Persistent Waxcap | Wild About Britain.

Hygrocybe Persistens are characterized by its pointed or conical cap, its yellow, orange or even red colors.

“Morchella crassipes” by carlespoveda. Wonderful edible species.....the one species most Americans who hunt...will collect.

Mushroom - “Morchella crassipes” by carlespoveda.the one species most Americans who hunt.will collect.

Orange Chanterelle (Cantharellus Friesii Quél) ~ By Jozef Pavlík

Orange Chanterelle (Cantharellus Friesii Quél) by Jozef Pavlík - I love this mushroom! So delicious.

The Blusher (Amanita rubescens)

mushroom perfect fungus by lukas faturik - The Panther Amanita

Lactarius substriatus, by Erin Page Blanchard

Lactarius substriatus, by Erin Page Blanchard And we know that justification through the grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is just and true.

Dog Stinkhorn (Mutinus caninus) ~ By Mikel Tapia (I actually think think this is M.elegans by the color...M.caninus is deep pink with a brownish/green spore cap)

Dog Stinkhorn (Mutinus Caninus) - looks like something from a science fiction movie!

missfairyblossom:    Pholiota flammans by Jerome van Passel on Flickr

[CasaGiardino] ♛ Flaming Scalecap Mushrooms (Pholiota flammans) By Jerome van Passel

Mycena Leaiana, commonly known as the Orange Mycena or Lea's Mycena ~ By Francis Bossé

Orange Mycena or Lea's Mycena, [Mycena leaiana Mycena leaiana] is a North American species of saprobic fungi. Characterized by bright orange caps and stalks and reddish-orange gill edges, they usually grow in dense clusters on deciduous logs.

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