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Pycnoporus sanguineus (Polyporaceae)

Pycnoporus sanguineus (Polyporaceae)

https://flic.kr/p/aUr8oP | Gills | I had to dig a hole to stand in to take this shot ;-)  OK - I was kidding about the hole! They were growing on a small log, so I just turned it around so I could get the right viewpoint.

https://flic.kr/p/aUr8oP | Gills | I had to dig a hole to stand in to take this shot ;-) OK - I was kidding about the hole! They were growing on a small log, so I just turned it around so I could get the right viewpoint.

https://flic.kr/p/ejAfJN | Honguitos rojos / Red fungi | Estos simpáticos honguitos parecen tener bocas listas a  comerse al que se arrime.  These fungi look like monsters ready to eat anything that comes close to it.

https://flic.kr/p/ejAfJN | Honguitos rojos / Red fungi | Estos simpáticos honguitos parecen tener bocas listas a comerse al que se arrime. These fungi look like monsters ready to eat anything that comes close to it.

This glorious mushroom is by Steve Axford titled 'Blue'......at one point he told me he'd discovered this species growing on some wood in his backyard. Australia/Tasmania species related to truffles.

This glorious mushroom is by Steve Axford titled 'Blue'......at one point he told me he'd discovered this species growing on some wood in his backyard. Australia/Tasmania species related to truffles.

Clavaria zollingeri (the violet coral) | "Clavaria zollingeri, commonly known as the violet coral or the magenta coral, is a widely distributed species of fungus. It produces striking tubular, purple to pinkish-violet fruit bodies that grow up to 10 cm tall and 7 cm wide." –Wikipedia

Clavaria zollingeri (the violet coral) | "Clavaria zollingeri, commonly known as the violet coral or the magenta coral, is a widely distributed species of fungus. It produces striking tubular, purple to pinkish-violet fruit bodies that grow up to 10 cm tall and 7 cm wide." –Wikipedia

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