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Dainty Pink Mushrooms ~ Marasmius pulcherripes ↠↠ all of the earth is beautiful, even some fungi! --> they look like flowers they are so fragile appearing <--LIZ

fungi / wild mushrooms

Shiitake Mushrooms for Free? Right out in my backyard! Free, delicious mushrooms, that I can eat fresh or dry and save them for whenever i decide I'd like them.

Phellodon sinclairii of the family Bankeraceae, found in beech forests of New Zealand | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Phellodon sinclairii is a native fungus found in beech forests of New Zealand. sinclairii has white spores and grows from the ground, reaching a height of 45 mm by 80 mm wide.

Creative ideas in crafts and upcycled, innovative, repurposed art and home decor.

Enchanting nature and magical landscapes, come and enter a living fairy tale.A storyboard that goes ever on from mornings to nights.

Glowing lavender mushrooms

Glowing lavender mushrooms, watch for the fairies reading nighttime stories to the woodland creatures. These mushrooms look almost alien straight from a sci-fi movie.

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Do you think Smurfs live here?The Giant Honey Mushroom is the world's largest living organism, except it's mostly underground. Its roots cover 800 hectares.

Cogumelos - Congumelos coralloides - recebe esse nome porque realmente o fungo se parece com um coral.

deliciousdimension: “ Hericium is a genus of edible mushrooms in the Hericiaceae family. Species in this genus are white and fleshy and grow on dead or dying wood; fruiting bodies resemble a mass of fragile icicle-like spines that are suspended from.

Lion's Mane Mushroom (Hericium erinaceus) - is an edible mushroom and medicinal mushroom in the tooth fungus group. Native to North America, it can be identified by its tendency to grow all the spines out from one group, long spines and its appearance on hardwoods...This one was yummy.

Lion's Mane (Hericium erinaceus) - is an edible mushroom and medicinal mushroom in the tooth group. Native to North America, it can be identified by its tendency to grow all the spines out from one group, long spines and its appearance on hardwoods

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