Erkunde Stäubling, Zentangle und noch mehr!

Flaschenstäubling - Flaschenstäubling, Bovist, Bauchpilz, Stäubling, Warzen, Sporen, jung essbar, ungenießbar, Fruchtkörper, Pilz, Wald

Flaschenstäubling - Flaschenstäubling, Bovist, Bauchpilz, Stäubling, Warzen, Sporen, jung essbar, ungenießbar, Fruchtkörper, Pilz, Wald

puffball.  photography by Rainer Harf via geo.de

Fotogalerie: Die wundersame Welt der Pilze

puffball. photography by Rainer Harf via geo.de

Flaschen-Stäubling │ Common puffball │Lycoperdon perlatum

Flaschen-Stäubling │ Common puffball │Lycoperdon perlatum

Stäubling

Stäubling

Lycoperdon Perlatum. Known as puffball, it belongs to the family Agaricaceae. It is a medium-sized puffball, 1.5 to 6 cm (0.6 to 2.4") wide by 3 to 7 cm (1.2 to 2.8") tall. When mature it becomes brown, and a hole in the top opens to release spores. It grows in fields, gardens, and along roadsides, as well as in grassy clearings in woods. It is edible when young although care must be taken to avoid confusion w immature fruit bodies of poisonous Amanita species.

Lycoperdon Perlatum. Known as puffball, it belongs to the family Agaricaceae. It is a medium-sized puffball, 1.5 to 6 cm (0.6 to 2.4") wide by 3 to 7 cm (1.2 to 2.8") tall. When mature it becomes brown, and a hole in the top opens to release spores. It grows in fields, gardens, and along roadsides, as well as in grassy clearings in woods. It is edible when young although care must be taken to avoid confusion w immature fruit bodies of poisonous Amanita species.

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Beautiful brown fungus on tree branch (Source: laimamori, via petitpoulailler)

Violet webcap (Cortinarius violaceus), Mount Olympus, Greece. by Agorastos Photography

Violet webcap (Cortinarius violaceus), Mount Olympus, Greece. by Agorastos Photography

Phellodon Sinclairii - Native fungus found in the beech forests of New Zealand

Phellodon Sinclairii - Native fungus found in the beech forests of New Zealand

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