Mushrooms And Fungi Of Any Kind

Maximilian

The dark side - I've been there
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Nov 7, 2013
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Some more polypore:

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Maximilian

The dark side - I've been there
CR Pro
Nov 7, 2013
3,625
2,785
Germany
Here are a few of many taken recently. The Amanita Muscaria (last picture) is the only one I have any confidence in identifying. I won't be eating any of them!
Really nice series, Dan.
I especially like the first one for the detail on the cap.
And because of the insects on it. I could count at least five flies ;)
 

DanP

EOS 90D
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Dec 8, 2014
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Really nice series, Dan.
I especially like the first one for the detail on the cap.
And because of the insects on it. I could count at least five flies ;)
Thanks Maximilian.
I see there are a few bugs on the stems in the second picture, but I don’t know what they are. Some mushrooms seem to attract insects while others don’t.
 

AlanF

Stay at home
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Aug 16, 2012
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I know next to nothing about mushrooms or fungi. My wife came across these today, and I gather they are Shaggy Inkcaps or Shaggy Manes in various states. I had the 1000mm on the R5 so I could get a low angle by standing back. I focus stacked them but at the distance I was away it made very little difference.

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Jethro

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Jul 14, 2018
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I know next to nothing about mushrooms or fungi. My wife came across these today, and I gather they are Shaggy Inkcaps or Shaggy Manes in various states. I had the 1000mm on the R5 so I could get a low angle by standing back. I focus stacked them but at the distance I was away it made very little difference.
Excellent shots Alan! - when you say 'the 1000mm', do you mean your 100-500 with 2xTC??