Denizens of the Forest Floor

danski0224

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Growing on a fallen tree
 

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jrista said:
2n10 said:
No idea what it is but it was found in a pine forest above 6000 feet.


Looks like it might be a flower of some kind. Amazing the things you find on the forest floor. ;)

One names is Snow Plant. Its a fungus. Very common in the Sierras in June.
 

Sporgon

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jrista said:
Name: Brown Mushroom (species unknown)
Edible: Unlikely (most simple/small brown mushrooms are inedible and often poisonous)
Location: Long Lake, Brainard Lake Recreation Area, Indian Peaks Wilderness, Colorado
Equipment: Canon 7D + EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro

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Lovely picture Jon.

I'm going to be picky: if it's not an Agaricus of some kind then it's not a mushroom. Difficult to tell from the picture but it may be Gymnopilus spectabilis
 

polarhannes

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I like it how the mushroom is growing out of the bottom of the wood :)
 

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jrista

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andersde said:
No idea what this one is. Take in ards a forest park, Donegal with 600d and 50mm 1.8.

Mushroom by andersde, on Flickr

Great shot. I get gigantic colonies of something similar in this one corner of my yard each year. I mean, colonies of maybe fifty individual mushrooms, but clumped together such that they form this single fungal mass that is often FEET in diameter.

Love that carpet of moss, too!
 

polarhannes

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The fly agarics were shot with the 7D + 100 L. Unfortunately it is/was front focussing and at the time I made these pics, I was not aware of AFMA.
The one which is looking like a coral was shot with the shorty forty and 5D3.
 

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Skulker

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A couple from a dog walk the other day
 

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Vern

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looking forward to seeing more fungi this fall - great thread to inspire some macro work
 

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Kernuak said:
Not to everyone's taste with so narrow DoF, but it was also a bit of an experiment with the 135 f/2 wide open with extension tubes, close to 1:1.

Name: Wood Sorrel
Edible: I think so
Location: Aigas Field Centre, Scotland
Equipment: Canon 5D MkII + EF 135mm f/2 with 68mm extension tubes


Wood Sorrel by Kernuak (avalonlightphotoart.co.uk), on Flickr

And some more conventional.

Name: Tylopilus felleus
Edible: Yes (if my ID is correct :p)
Location: Quantock Hills, Somerset, England
Equipment: Canon 5D MkII + EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro


Tylopilus felleus by Kernuak (avalonlightphotoart.co.uk), on Flickr

Name: Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria)
Edible: No
Location: Quantock Hills, Somerset, England
Equipment: Canon 5D MkII + EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro


Young Fly Agaric by Kernuak (avalonlightphotoart.co.uk), on Flickr

I'll have to dig out a couple I've done using the 100mm macro (non-L) with extension tubes, near to twice life size.

This last one is so "Super Mario"
 

candc

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these are all around here now. i don't know what they are, they have a sticky mucus like film on them?
 

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candc

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polarhannes said:
The fly agarics were shot with the 7D + 100 L. Unfortunately it is/was front focussing and at the time I made these pics, I was not aware of AFMA.
The one which is looking like a coral was shot with the shorty forty and 5D3.
Very nice, I especially like the the last one.