|Copyright: Vasko Makrievski (vasko1233)
|Date Taken: 2011-08-28|
|Exposure: f/3.2, 1/20 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2011-09-29 11:35|
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|I would be very thankful if someone can help with the ID.|
if it wasn't for a annoying fly , I wouldn't have turned
and see this pile of wood fungi.Please rate end comment
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Most probably Bondarzewia mesenterica (Schaeff.) Kreisel (= Bondarzewia montana (Quél.) Singer). Without any additional information from your side, the ID specification is a tip only. This species is growing on coniferous wood (I guess there's a conifer on your pic, unfortunately not told directly), on Abies sp. and Picea sp., always in the root zone. Distribution: Europe, North America, temperate Asia, mostly hemiboreal, boreal and subalpine zone, where its host trees live.
Photographically: the scene isn't bad, but the white balance seems quite incorrect, there's a pale blue filter on the pic, while 1/20 seconds were IMHO a bit too slow, a minor camera shake may be detected. Well, maybe next time!
Best regards, László