- LordPotty (12503)
- [2004-11-23 15:10]
You're right.This is a tricky one to ID.At first glance I thought Tremella,a jelly fungus,but closer inspection leads me to believe you're on the right track.It does seem to be a club fungus.Ramaria sp. is another that came to mind,but your Calocera glossoides is more likely.There don't seem to be a lot of pictures of it on the web.
Interesting post nevertheless.
A very nice one it looks like jelly.
The yellow looks a little grey, was it late???
- mogens-j (20)
- [2004-11-23 17:41]
You are really looking up the funny fungis now. This one I have never seen but it looks very interesting. Very good close-up with good details and very nice colours.
- red45 (31094)
- [2004-11-24 4:19]
Another weird fungi :-) Everyone said it looks like jelly - did you taste it Rob :-) ?
- RAP (7405)
- [2004-11-24 7:08]
Una bonita presentacion de una diminuta y extraña especie en TN.
Agradable POV con suaves tonos y buena nitidez.
El link a la imagen de TE ayuda a una vision total de estos hongos.
A pretty presentation of a tiny and strange species in TN.
Pleasant POV with smooth tones and good clearness.
The Link to the image in TE helps the total vision of these fungi.
- marhowie (486)
- [2004-11-24 7:14]
Robert, Excellent capture composed nicely! Great note. I searched for that face but alas...Well done!
- japie (5187)
- [2004-11-24 14:49]
I'm probably the last one that will be able to ID this, but I know when something has bee well captured - this one is.
Thanks for posting
- extramundi (13178)
- [2004-11-24 18:16]
They are very beautiful Robert, I love the shot in TE, maybe more than this one for the unusual distribution. I have never seen them, it has been very instructive. You did very well, this textures are difficult. Thanks.
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2004-11-24 23:27]
Yummy.. Jelly babies. :) I have said it about a hundred times but the variety of the fungi I see is unbelievable. This has a noce POV, the textures and light managed to perfection. Great shot Robert.