Yellow cap Mushroom
|Copyright: samiran nandy (samiran88)
|Date Taken: 2007-07-29|
|Camera: Fuji Finepix S7000|
|Exposure: f/5.0, 1/320 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2010-12-07 7:41|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Yellow Cowpat fungus is a common species of grassland not just associated with cowpats. The bright yellow colour disappears as it matures and spreads its cap. Animal manure is a valuable nutrient resource which many specialised fungal species utilize in succession.|
Is this Coprinus sp?
I am not a fungus expert, so, I will be happy, if any of TN members can identify this yellow beauty.
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great pose of two beauty,s with good details and beautiful colours
i do not knowe this specie
- [2010-12-07 8:35]
An interesting species of fungus well captured with fine sharpness and colours from a great POV as it pushes through the cowpat.
Well composed too.
Thanks and kind regards,
Great pic showing Bolbitius titubans (Bull.) Fr. (= Bolbitius vitellinus (Pers.) Fr.), a common coprophile species growing on manor, roadsides and so. The top of the second cap is overexposed - otherwise a very pleasant photo with nice colors, sharpness and composition.
Best regards from Hungary (Central Europe), László
Beautiful photo with wonderful colours and very good sharpness. Very interesting fungus too.
- [2010-12-08 4:08]
very special fungi in excellent yellow. It does not like a fungi initially, thought a special fruit. Good view in excellent details, like fluted lines.
Very well seen of this special and unique fungi.
Well presented in its best natural view.
Je ne suis pas un expert mais je me rapproche de l'avis de Laszlo pour l'identification de ce Bolbitius vitellinus, ou Yellow Cowpat.
C'est une belle publication valorisant bien les sujets sous une excellente profondeur de champ.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.