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Taken long before the frost, these withered as soon as the weather turned cold.
I thought these were Orange Peel Fungi but have been told they may not be.
Either way they're a bit different.
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ahhh, very interesting!!!
lovely colours, and I like the presentation too!!!
Lovely image, colours and composition work well.
Definitely not Orange peel Fungu. An educated guess would be Velvet Shank,Flammulina velutipes
This based on the gill structure, plus it has wirnkled as it ages. A more specific test would be to eat some - if it's Velvet Shank you might enjoy it - if it's not Rest in Peace. Cheers. Phil
It looks like luscious , runny honeycombe..wonderful colour. I still don't know how you manage to find them all. Cornwall must be bereft of mushrooms.
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