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By jelsmack
A group of the same fungus as yesterdays upload. Still haven't got a clue what they are! Loved the beautiful shape of the main one with the upturned brim, they were so delicate.

Can anyone recommend a good fungi book to help identify these gems, been all round glasgow and couldn't find any. Would like one with photos rather than illustrations.

Tags: Fungi Mushroom Flowers and plants

Voters: Mrmojo, Tony_M, andmolliethedog and 20 more


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Tony_M 15 342 England
29 Oct 2006 8:34PM
Nicely composed showing off the group well.

These are Haresfoot Inkcaps - Coprinus lagopus . I found lots of them last year, also growing on wood chippings.

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Greyheron 17 282 7 England
29 Oct 2006 8:36PM
Got there before me Tony ;o)

Good group showing most of their life cycle.

Mike
Buffalo_Tom Plus
13 2.3k 9 Wales
29 Oct 2006 8:42PM
They look like they are dancing.Excellent shot.
Tom.
29 Oct 2006 8:58PM
Thanks you lot! Tony, clever chap,do you just know that or do you have a good book? If it's the book - pleeeeease pass on the title, if you just know, well you're too clever, and that's not fair!!!
scragend 15 3 Scotland
29 Oct 2006 9:27PM
Nice grouping and well lit! Don't know any good books but I find increasingly that the Internet is a good place to search for expert identification usually with photos. At least it is for insects. (I would certainly have guessed inkcaps judging by what's happening to the older ones.)
Tony_M 15 342 England
29 Oct 2006 9:39PM
I have a Collins nature guide book, which has decent photos however this particular fungus is not in it. Whenever it's not in the book, I generally browse google images until I find something similar and research from there.
pcjackso Junior Member 14 7
29 Oct 2006 9:54PM
A really lovely cluster of Fungi.like it
Pauline
afunkyname 13 354
29 Oct 2006 10:31PM
this works rather well. well composed and hte colours compliment each other.
tmann 14 4 2 United States
30 Oct 2006 9:42PM
nice group photo! LOL
Nice shot really. Smile
Thomas
31 Oct 2006 8:03AM
Thanks everyone for comments and tips!
Tony, thanks I will keep trying and in the meantime use internet, can't believe I never thought of that.
Thomas, mmm, yes I know, titles are soooo hard, glad someone got it! Will try harder.
Sandra
Scott_Scot 14 4 4 Scotland
7 Nov 2006 8:21AM
This is crackin' Sandra!
Got the light and comp spot-on!

See you soon,

Scotty
viscostatic 13 45 5 United Kingdom
18 Nov 2006 5:13PM
This is a beautiful group of delicate looking fungi. I find the website first-nature.com/fungi/id_guide very useful. There are images which have helped to identify most of the mushrooms I have found.

Phil.
Mrmojo 13 2 England
21 Nov 2006 10:59PM
Stunning image,really great use of light.
James
andmolliethedog 13 120 11 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2006 6:15PM
This is done very well..I alwys end up with dirty knees and an out of focus blob when I try!
elcid 15 150 England
4 Mar 2007 1:30PM
Great fungi shots,Sandra. And just for you, I will look out for Old Peculiar to upload.

Bill.
gerrymac 12 10 1 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2007 7:43PM
Nice group ,where on earth do you find these things I never see them,I'm in Tillicoultry Clacks...surely the 'net will have information on them...happy hunting
Gerry
14 Oct 2007 2:45PM
great shot one on the left almost has a face the shot has a magical movement about it well done
helenlinda Plus
12 366 22 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2007 4:59PM
They look a lovely group, and the ground texture makes a lovely contrast to their delicate almost silver colouring
Helen

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