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I can across these as it was getting dark, they were grouped at the base a large oak tree.
ISO 100 f/8 for 20secs.
Off to find a book to identify them unless some would be kind enough to save me the trouble
great shot, they look really camo'd against the background,
they are great
Excellent shot - I've never seen these before.
Great work - Chris
I've never seen these before either, great shot !
New to mw also.Superb work of some fab looking `shrooms!
Superb shot love the details. They look a bit like shaggy ink caps but the markings are different.
These ae fascinating. Love the pattern and unusual colour. Great shot.
Quote: These ae fascinating. Love the pattern and unusual colour. Great shot.
I cant wait to find out what they are as i cannot I/D them very good shot well seen and taken yours JOC..
What a great group of Magpie Inkcaps, very nice.
Quote: What a great group of Magpie Inkcaps, very nice.
Thanks Terry for the ID.
The nearest I could find was the Shaggy Inkcap, but they did not quite match-up.
Excellent capture well taken image thanks for sharing Colin
Great shot with such good detail.
Hi, Great shot. As stated before they have the common name of Magpie Inkcap (Coprinopsis picacea) and look stunning. I spend most weekends hunting mushroom and have yet to see any of these. Thanks for sharing.
A great image
Lucky you!! I've never come across these before!
a beautiful and unusual species, well spotted and captured Mike
A great find Mike, well seen and captured.
A cracking close up of this little cluster, i've never seen this variety before
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