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Jelly antler fungus-Calocera viscosa (Dacrymycetaceae)

By Leightonhs  
The jelly antler fungus. I've only ever come across it once, it's striking structure doesn't fail to pass your eyes when walking through a woodland.
This particular specimen was found growing from a dead log.

I later darkened the edges and corners in the hope of creating more focus to this fungus.

Tags: Fungi Leightonhs Unusual Fungus Flowers and plants Jelly Mysterious Antler Wildlife and nature

Voters: Bob_V, JN_CHATELAIN_PHOTOGRAPHY, Silverzone and 7 more

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Great. At first I thought it was some aquatic plant in an aquarium.

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Silverzone 10 2 England
1 Feb 2008 5:47PM
Lovely subject. Silvezone
Bodiewil 10 46 Wales
1 Feb 2008 5:51PM
Love to see this large
csr 10 3 England
1 Feb 2008 11:15PM
nice one well spotte looks great
dawnmichelle 10 12 United States
4 Feb 2008 12:22AM
great shot
microchip 10 1 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2008 4:02PM
Excellent capture well spotted superb colour,

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