Mushrooms And Fungi Of Any Kind

Maximilian

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I always like the time of the year when you can smell the scent, the aroma in the forest that they are there ,even if you haven't seen them.
And I like taking pictures of mushrooms and I thought it was about time to give them a dedicated thread, knowing that there are already a lot of posts in forest or macro threads and so on.
But I found that most of my mushroom pictures are not taken with my macro. And that's why started this thread.
I will probably repost some older mushroom pictures here, but only because I think they are worth it.
Please add yours, too.

I think I'll start with this beautiful fly agaric:
Taken@ 100mm, 1/250s, f/11, ISO3200

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Very nice series, Maximilian. I especially like the first picture. Well done.
 

Del Paso

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As a new thread, I'd suggest "mushrooms on a pile of manure".
These ones are "coprinus comatus" manuriensis ?:rolleyes:
EOS R + Leica M Elmarit 2,8/90
 

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Joules

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Looks more like Coprinopsis atramentaria (which is poisonous if consumed with alcohol).
Only poisonous if consumed with another poison? :LOL: Funky.

Cool pictures all around. Makes me want to visit the forest and see if I can spot something myself. It has been raining quite a lot here lately, so I guess that's at least the chances are quite good?
 

Maximilian

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Here I suppose I have a member of the family polyporaceae and maybe of the genus trametes trying to degrade a stub.
Forgive me if I'm talking nonsense. I'm good at fauna, but flora and especially fungi are not (yet) my world ;)
Taken@ 105mm, 1/125s, f/10, ISO800

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canonmike

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Here I suppose I have a member of the family polyporaceae and maybe of the genus trametes trying to degrade a stub.
Forgive me if I'm talking nonsense. I'm good at fauna, but flora and especially fungi are not (yet) my world ;)

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Very nice shots but wish you would post the meta data so we could observe your cam and lens settings. I love mushrooms and documentaries about them. If, by chance you haven't already seen and have access to Netflix docs, you might enjoy the following story. https://www.netflix.com/title/81183477. It is just fascinating to watch and learn about the world of mushrooms on this doc.
 

ISv

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As a new thread, I'd suggest "mushrooms on a pile of manure".
These ones are "coprinus comatus" manuriensis ?:rolleyes:
EOS R + Leica M Elmarit 2,8/90
It is not Coprinus comatus for sure (that one is easy to ID by photo). In the old literature it would be "Coprinus" but now that genus was split into few more. I cant ID this without microscope.
 
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ISv

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I'm not taking photos of fungi now but several years ago they were my prime object. Unfortunately I may deleted the NEF files (can't find them right now) and the noise reduction is not of the recent years level. All photos are taken at very closed aperture for maximum detail/info (even in the background) for purpose of ID.

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