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Fungi

By borrower
Taken today at Wensley Leyburn, by the River Ure North Yorkshire.

MANY THANKS TO MICHAEL AT: ABFG "ASSOCIATION BRITISH FUNGUS GROUPS" FOR LETTING ME KNOW THE FUNGI'S NAME & TYPE:
IT IS NOT PUFF BALL AT OPPOSITE END OF FUNGUS SPECTRUM, LATIN NAME: DALDINIA CONCENTRICA, NORMALLY GROWS ON DYING ASH TREES OR ASH LOGS, ITS GROUP OF FUNGI IS: ASCOMYCETES, COMMONLY CALLED "KING ALFRED'S CAKES" IN THE SOUTH, IN THE NORTH COMMON NAME: CRAMP BALLS.

Tags: Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature

Voters: hvanderent, Alan_Baseley, nickyv32 and 1 more


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6 Aug 2009 9:00AM
Good close up,
Alan
borrower 12 4 England
6 Aug 2009 10:38AM
THANK YOU ALAN FOR YOUR KIND COMMENT.

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