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|Calocera viscosa - mushroom's species.|
Height 2-25 cm, however it usually does not cross however 10 cm. The most often happened they come to 5 cm. In period of moist weather the surface becomes sticky, the herds second module of name. Colours what rises this gold, yellow, yellow-orange. After it drying it darkens, it becomes reddish ( I saw this process). Mushroom this is not edible.
Very common in my country. It steps out since June till November on coniferous trees' dead wood in mixed forests and coniferous.
*I did not find in English language description. Forgive the friends my lousy of translating.
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In my country the Netherlands very common and I shall posted also pictures from these specie.
Your picture, good pov, sharpness and dof.
You can see an the Lichen they are very small.
Beautiful natural colors also.
Hi Roma. I was thinking this one from the cactus family until I read the notes. Unique looking mushroom in bright orange. Sharp details in good framing. Well done and best regards. Jusni
Nice colours with excellent detail.
I liked you colour composition.
- [2009-02-18 21:18]
I discover your gallery with great pleasure. I'm impressed by the diversity and quality of your pictures and first didn't understand why you don't get more attention from other visitors. I then discovered that you didn't write many critiques in the past... That's how TN works!
Now, I have chosen this picture because it attracted my attention because of the superb colours and the strange shapes of these mushrooms. Your picture gives the fine impression that we are in another world, it also could be a submarine one.
The composition and the sharpness are really perfect! Not easy with this so tiny fungus. Best regards,