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  • March 01
  • Turkey Tails

  • February 10
  • "Bowl fungus"

  • February 04
  • Phlebia radiata

  • February 03
  • Fungus in Jordbodalen

  • February 02
  • Tremella mesenteriea

  • January 19
  • Fungus in Jordbodalen

  • January 16
  • Fungus in Jordbodalen

  • January 15
  • Fungus in Jordbodalen



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Fungus 2008-03-01 - Turkey Tails
Lens: Raynox DCR-150
Flash: Yes, diffused
Settings: Av mode, ISO 80, 1/60s, f8
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Turkey Tails is quite a suitable name for this fungus, Polyporus versicolor. I found these growing on some birch logs in Jordbodalen. After a few photos I got fascinated by the pattern and colours of these fungi and took more and more photos.
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Fungus 2008-02-10 - "Bowl fungus"
Lens: Raynox DCR-250
Flash: Yes, diffused
Settings: Av mode, ISO 80, 1/60s, f8
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This is most like likely Lachnea hemisphaerica. They grew on an old and rotten stump in Jordbodalen (See "Things on a stump"). They were all quite small from a couple of millimetres to about a centimetre across. I found them very intresteing. .
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Fungus 2008-02-04 - Phlebia radiata
Lens: Raynox DCR-250
Flash: Yes, diffused
Settings: Av mode, ISO 80, 1/60s, f8
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This particular fungus, Phlebia radiata, grows on stumps and decaying branches. Looks a little like small pizzas. Or maybe not. The grow flat on the surface which makes them a bit easier to photograph. These were all quite small, about 3 - 8 cm across.
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Fungus 2008-02-03 - Fungi
Lens: Raynox DCR-250
Flash: Yes, diffused
Settings: Av mode, ISO 80, 1/60s, f8
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With no insects to point my camera at there is always som fungi available. However, there was actually one insect today but I didn't notice it until I viewed the photos on my PC. A little agonising but nothing I could about then. Can you spot the insect?
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Fungus 2008-02-02 - Tremella mesenteriea
Lens: Raynox DCR-250
Flash: Yes, diffused
Settings: M mode, ISO 80, 1/250s, f8
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This very strange looking fungus was found growing on a broken branch laying on the ground. Of course I could not resist taking some photos. There were also another fungus, a whitish also strange looking one. I took a few photos of that too, but they came out quite blurry
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Fungus 2008-01-19 - Fungus
Lens: Standard Macro
Flash: Yes, not diffused
Settings: Av mode, ISO 100, 1/60s, 5,6 - 6,3
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I found some fungus today too. Both growing on a big stump. It was quite slippery there and almost fell. But I got a couple of photos.
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Fungus 2008-01-16 - Fungus
Lens: Raynox DCR-250 / Macro
Flash: Yes, diffused / Yes
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I found more fungus today. Most, if not all, of them were growing on old stumps. There were different kinds of fungi and in different colours. Sizes varied a lot too. The largest (last photos) were almost 50cm wide! I had to use the Mcro function for them.
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Fungus 2008-01-15 - Fungus
Lens: Raynox DCR-250
Flash: Yes, diffused
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The weather wasn't the best and certainly not the light. Heavy overcast, +5°C and a wind blowing from SW. I took a walk in the nearby Jordbodalen and hoped to find something to photograph. Well, I found some fungus.
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