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"Mushrooms'

By RonnieAG
I have yet to ID these tiny mushrooms, the largest 2cm. high. In older ones the cap flattens out and has a slight dip in the centre. The stypes are bright yellow and seem to retain those hairy areas near the base as they enlarge.

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Ronnie.

Tags: Mushrooms Flowers and plants Pollok country park


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NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2015 9:39AM
What ever they are Ronnie you have captured them perfectly in this very well composed and captured image. Both the colour and detail is exceptional as is the perfectly exposed light.

Thanks for sharing Ronnie.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

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A great captured image
ade123 Plus
7 285 1 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2015 10:00AM
A great image Ronnie. It looks like its the creaky back time of year once more not to mention dirty knee time too

Ade
5 Sep 2015 10:01AM
A great capture, is it that time of year already, where has the summer gone?
Sylvia
ddolfelin Plus
8 103 3 Wales
5 Sep 2015 10:03AM
Great macro shot of these tiny growths.
barbarahirst 11 27 12 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2015 10:11AM
sorry cant help with the id
netta1234 8 382 2 Wales
5 Sep 2015 10:29AM
A great image Ronnie,with some lovely coloursSmile
NettaSmile
TonyDy Plus
11 52 3 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2015 10:54AM
Super shot, Ronnie.
Tony
5 Sep 2015 11:01AM
Good Morning, Ronnie. The light detail and exposure all perfect, standing proud as jewels on the forest floor. Looking at the size of them its a wonder you spotted them well worth a gong mefinks

Graham
EMJAYCEE Plus
10 10 10 England
5 Sep 2015 11:05AM
I'm sure you'll identify it Ronnie - I haven't got a clue! Just suffice to say it's another excellent capture.
Joan
Joline Plus
13 30 56 United States
5 Sep 2015 12:08PM
A wonderful grouping. I like the way you have included the little one on the left.....he looks like he wants to join the groupSmile
CaroleS Plus
9 441 3 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2015 12:59PM
There are so many different mushrooms!!
5 Sep 2015 1:22PM
You certainly have a knack of finding them Ronnie.
Another excellent Fungi image.

JohnSmile
Daisymaye 11 23 16 Canada
5 Sep 2015 2:48PM
Can you ever find different varieties of mushrooms! And capture them so well too.
JuBarney Plus
8 33 4 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2015 3:00PM
A terrific shot of these fungi
Ju
5 Sep 2015 3:26PM
Another excellent image Ronnie ..Lin
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
5 Sep 2015 5:44PM
These remind me of a well baked loaf-- Excellent photography!
Irishkate Plus
9 41 118 United Kingdom
5 Sep 2015 9:51PM
These have a very pleasing rounded shape and like Jenn I'm thinking food too.
Once again well done for such a sharp image of these little specimens baking in the sun.
KateGrinGrinGrin
5 Sep 2015 10:23PM
These are real beauties Love their round shapes too

Patty
LynneJoyce Plus
11 22 101 United Kingdom
6 Sep 2015 6:57AM
I have been through the entire Fungi world collection Ronnie but cannot find an I/D on these beauties - sorry. Whatever their secret name, you have captured them beautifully, so for the moment I shall name them Ronniecus mysteria!
6 Sep 2015 10:20AM
Once again, the detail and clarity are exceptional, Ronnie.

Richard
saltireblue Plus
9 10.4k 59 Norway
6 Sep 2015 2:54PM
They look good enough to eat, Ronnie...but unless you know what they are then they look better just where they are, and not in a frying pan!

Malc
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 14 England
8 Sep 2015 10:13AM
Getting quite a collection of mushrooms, Ronnie! Smile Excellent capture Wink
Trev Smile
cbrundage 6 4 United States
8 Sep 2015 5:51PM
Lovely mushrooms - interesting greenish stems!
Fefe Plus
8 37 31 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2015 4:52PM

Quote:I have been through the entire Fungi world collection Ronnie but cannot find an I/D on these beauties - sorry. Whatever their secret name, you have captured them beautifully, so for the moment I shall name them Ronniecus mysteria!


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Diane
12 Sep 2015 5:49PM
Excellent detail and clarity
Lovely image Ronnie Grin
Julie x
xwang 10 56 8
6 Nov 2015 10:16AM
Coming to see your new uploading.. and say "Hi,.." Hope that you are fine.
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2015 8:24AM
Great looking specimens Ronnie,
A really beautiful result, very nicely composed too,
IB

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