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Armillariella mellea

By Evgenya
Hi everyone!
Thank you all for your comments and vote for my poor photography "The Saviour Monastery Andronikov" and to all who sent letters.

Today was in the woods and met here this - Armillariella mellea. It grows from the barrel gnilovogo birch.
Last autumn fungi.
Regards Evgenya

Tags: General Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature Fungi autumn

Voters: cantona43, PaulLiley, AlanPerkins and 23 more


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cantona43 15 928 4 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2010 9:22PM
what a wonderful shot, very well spotted and captured
Neil
PaulLiley 12 2 13 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2010 9:27PM
Hi Evgenya, Well spotted in the woods. You seem to have found out it's proper name for this fungi growing out of a Silver Birch. I love to wander through my local woodland. I feel so peaceful in this environment. Love it. Thanks for sharing. Paul
22 Sep 2010 9:47PM
I love shots like these, Evgenya, very woodland and damp Autumn feel to them, and here growing out of a fallen Silver Birch tree. It doesn't look as though you can eat these, but maybe you can? I'll have to check your Latin name on the net. Lovely shot!
Dave.
P.S Just looked on the net and they are called Honey Mushrooms. Said to be edible, but with care not to mistake them for poisenous similar fungi!
22 Sep 2010 10:10PM
Fabulous shot Evgenya, excellent detail.
Tony
franken Plus
18 5.3k 4 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2010 10:12PM
Excellent.

Ken
lesliea 11 2 Australia
22 Sep 2010 10:20PM
Very nice image great detail and colours, well taken.
Allen,
morpheus1955 14 3 2 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2010 10:27PM
Superb shot, very well spotted and captured.

Hugh
lonely_oryx 13 61 55 England
22 Sep 2010 10:30PM
The good thing about this shot is that it shows the environment in which the fungi grows
Evgenya 11 Russian Federation
22 Sep 2010 10:46PM

Quote:I love shots like these, Evgenya, very woodland and damp Autumn feel to them, and here growing out of a fallen Silver Birch tree. It doesn't look as though you can eat these, but maybe you can? I'll have to check your Latin name on the net. Lovely shot!
Dave.
P.S Just looked on the net and they are called Honey Mushrooms. Said to be edible, but with care not to mistake them for poisenous similar fungi!


Armillariella mellea - is the Latin species name, and Honey Mushrooms - common name. Photographing fungi not related to food. Photographing spiders - we do not eat them Wink
Evgenya
NeilWigan Plus
10 17 16 England
22 Sep 2010 11:04PM
Nice shot good detail and colour.
22 Sep 2010 11:08PM
Good shot,
alan
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 19 Canada
23 Sep 2010 1:37AM
Well captured.........Sandy
prabhusinha 13 5 5 India
23 Sep 2010 3:08AM
Well captured.
Brilane 14 5 12 Wales
23 Sep 2010 3:13AM
Excellent texture.
Brian
mishu78 11 Canada
23 Sep 2010 4:50AM
Great shot!Well taken.
23 Sep 2010 6:52AM
It is great to know what you shoot, well taken Evgenya!
Gabriel
Adderwatcher 11 60 19 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2010 7:50AM
Excellent capture Evgenya!
Scott
Cor 12 Belgium
24 Sep 2010 1:34PM
So well spotted and taken +++++
cor

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