Oudemansiella wild mushrooms and Entoloma abortivum mushrooms.

in Fungi Lovers9 months ago

inCollage_20210825_122717627.jpg

logo-3.png

Everything! 10% of the proceeds from this content I donate to the FL account @hive-166168 to support community building.

Yesterdayday afternoon, while I was walking around the coconut plantation at the end of the village, I found some wild mushrooms growing around the areca nut tree trunks that were starting to rot.

The mushrooms grew quite fertile around the rotten trunk of the areca nut tree and the structure of the wild mushrooms looked quite soft, around the mushrooms I also saw some insects like they were eating the mushrooms.

And this is a type of fungus Oudemansiella is a genus of fungi in the Physalacriaceae family.source.

And here you can see some macrophotography shots of that mushrooms.

IMG_20210814_163917-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163913-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163743-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163551-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163353-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163319-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163541-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163311-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163315-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163255-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163231-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163217-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163158-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163128-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163116-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163101-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163058-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163033-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163010-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163002-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

Then, around that I also found the fungus Entoloma abortivum, commonly known as aborted entoloma or forest shrimp, is an edible mushroom in the Entolomataceae mushroom family. source.

These wild mushrooms grow quite uniquely and here you can see some macrophotography shots of these mushrooms.

IMG_20210814_163757-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163622-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163652-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163424-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163340-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163336-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163141-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

IMG_20210814_163148-01.jpeg

logo-3.png

These wild mushrooms look quite beautiful and very fertile living in an open environment, I hope you can enjoy them.

Thank you for visiting the page macrophotography smartphone @Deltasteem .

CameraSmarphone + macro lens
IsoOtomatis
EditingSnapseed app
Photographer@deltasteem
Follow metwiiter
LokasiAceh, Indonesia

logo-3.png

logo-3.png

Sort:  


The rewards earned on this comment will go directly to the person sharing the post on Twitter as long as they are registered with @poshtoken. Sign up at https://hiveposh.com.

a lot of nice captures and intresting picturesque stuff here.
(sadly you had this cold grey shady lighting...)
those larvae hiding between caps grills are so spectacular!
awesome post.

thank you @qwerrie,, in the future I will try to improve again with the help of artificial light and greeting, I hope you are always healthy there, friend :)

'forest shrimp', thats a funny name - I wonder why did it get such a name?

awesome post, supported by FL community account and nominated for #OCD curation. thanks for your quality work!

Thank @hive-166168 that's the name published by Wikipedia researchers and you can see more on the link there,

My greetings, I hope the team that works there is always healthy ;)