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Orange Peel Fungi?

By Tony_Baloni
Taken long before the frost, these withered as soon as the weather turned cold.

I thought these were Orange Peel Fungi but have been told they may not be.

Either way they're a bit different.

Tags: Fungi Mushroom Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Toadstool

Voters: ClaireChain, Artois, LMG31 and 17 more


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Comments


ahhh, very interesting!!!
lovely colours, and I like the presentation too!!!

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Artois Plus
9 405 1 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2008 5:43PM
Lovely image, colours and composition work well.
goso Plus
9 2 1 Australia
7 Mar 2008 5:47PM
Excellent.........Bill
7 Mar 2008 6:02PM
Definitely not Orange peel Fungu. An educated guess would be Velvet Shank,Flammulina velutipes
This based on the gill structure, plus it has wirnkled as it ages. A more specific test would be to eat some - if it's Velvet Shank you might enjoy it - if it's not Rest in Peace. Cheers. Phil
dianah Plus
9 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2008 5:08PM
It looks like luscious , runny honeycombe..wonderful colour. I still don't know how you manage to find them all. Cornwall must be bereft of mushrooms.
Di

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