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imander 9 388 7 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2008 7:03PM
first class find and capture, looks quite amazing, well done
ian

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chase Plus
10 1.1k 246 England
31 Oct 2008 7:13PM
A good find Mike but it does make me smile,we spend all that time looking for perfect ones & these are the culprits that munch away as fast as the shutter goes down Wink

Quote:but apparently they can't eat a whole one

Neither can I Wink
Greyheron Plus
14 282 7 England
31 Oct 2008 7:33PM
Thanks for your support Smile

Nor would you want to Janet Wink

Mike
oll1e 9 57 2 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2008 7:45PM
yummy ,just love the colour ,and that slug haha
~ollie~
sable 8 9 7 England
31 Oct 2008 7:46PM
Brilliant shot - well spotted - Elizabeth
DOGSBODY 7 1.4k 30 England
31 Oct 2008 7:50PM
At last a fungi shot with a difference. Well done. Andy
31 Oct 2008 7:54PM
Great capture Mike, have you put the DSLR kit up on ebay yet Wink
Am hoping to get over to BP again tomorrow for a good look around.

All the best
Clive
aftertherain 11 4.2k 2 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2008 8:42PM
Fantastic shot Smile
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2008 8:48PM
A perfect find, Mike, and a superb shot. The toadstool sits very comfortably between the two arching branches and on its bed of green.
Greyheron Plus
14 282 7 England
31 Oct 2008 11:13PM
Appreciate all your comments & votes Smile

Think I'll hang onto the big stuff for a while longer Clive...unless you're thinking of making me an offer I can't refuse Wink

Have a great weekend,
Mike
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
1 Nov 2008 6:09AM
Fantastic capture, a perfect composition. Carol
fishing 8 2
1 Nov 2008 6:24AM

Quote:Brilliant shot - well spotted - Elizabeth


Yes

Regards

sue
tigertimb 8 40 66 United Kingdom
1 Nov 2008 9:28AM
Excellent shot Mike; great detail and love the setting with the autumn forest with bonus of the landslide on the stalk and the slug.

I don't know much about fungi lifecycles - are they trying to attract slugs to help them to spread?
Tim
Tony_M 12 342 England
1 Nov 2008 9:47PM
Lucky timing to find the culprit in action. That little camera's great for capturing close-ups in the context of their wider surroundings. It's probably good for your back too...

Tony
Greyheron Plus
14 282 7 England
2 Nov 2008 10:29AM
Thank you for taking the time to look, vote & comment Smile

No Tim, the slugs just like to make looking for a good one harder for us togs Wink The fungi have something similar to a root system: hyphae or thread like filaments make up the mycelium, which spreads underground/under tree bark etc & in turn produces the visible fungi under the right conditions. Fungi are the fruiting bodies and distribute spores (seeds for want of a better description) to produce future generations.

It's good to travel light occasionally Tony and still be able to take images & yes it does ease the back too Wink

Regards,
Mike
Maiwand Plus
9 3 71 England
2 Nov 2008 4:38PM
What an incredible shot. Seen plenty that have been attacked but never seen one with a resident in like this. Well done for spotting it.
Ron
Portknockie 11 48 Scotland
4 Nov 2008 7:11PM
Superb detail and colour.....well seen and taken shot...

Don
Greyheron Plus
14 282 7 England
4 Nov 2008 11:04PM
Thank you both for your comments appreciated Smile

Mike
FeatherFriend 8 38 217 England
5 Nov 2008 12:27AM
Lovely detail in this one Mike.
Geoff.
Greyheron Plus
14 282 7 England
5 Nov 2008 8:14PM
Thank you Geoff Smile

Mike
10 Dec 2008 4:12PM
Wonderful capture.
Greyheron Plus
14 282 7 England
20 Dec 2008 1:40PM
Thank you for commenting Smile

Mike
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
15 Jan 2009 7:31PM
lol, makes a change to see slug instu.lesley
Greyheron Plus
14 282 7 England
15 Jan 2009 9:19PM
Thank you for looking & commenting Wink

Mike

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