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Leif 11 722
25 Oct 2007 9:48AM
It is more likely to be Psathyrella hydrophila, as it is growing in a large clump on wood. The species you mention is quite small and I think grows on soil with moss.

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casson 10 3 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2007 9:52AM
Thank you Leif, I have looked in my fungi book and agree with you.
john
25 Oct 2007 10:29AM
really nice work.great shot.
sam
Sep 9 1.3k England
25 Oct 2007 10:52AM
Super image.
Well done.
Joe
Windmillskies 11 183 England
25 Oct 2007 1:11PM
Lovely macro shot.
Martin
danbrann Plus
12 620 17
25 Oct 2007 3:52PM
Good macro technique.
dianah 10 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2007 5:10PM
These are just babies! Excellent capture of these tiny mushrooms.
Di
proz 12 205 United States
26 Oct 2007 4:24PM
good title, stellar photo
Amazing image, Great detail. Very well done. Glad to make it 30
Hop-A-Long 9 52 England
28 Oct 2007 7:25PM
Lovely shot. Nice composition.
Andy
31 Oct 2007 8:46PM
Super macro work, great dof.
James

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