- Hormon_Manyer (10229)
- [2020-02-06 12:55]
Fantastic. Both the photo and the finding. For me definitely the most important and educative photo in this year on TN, as I've never heard about this cyphelloid species before. After a quick search on the net I see it belongs to the family Niaceae and the order Agaricales now. I never in my life found cyphelloidas yet, but of course I'm always prepared. :-)
Thanks for sharing and huge congratulations for the photo / identification.
Kind regards from Ireland, László
- lousat (65467)
- [2020-02-07 14:58]
Hi Lou,wonderful capture of this strange and rare species,magnificent forms and bright colors for a new useful post,i like it! Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
- tcr (3376)
- [2020-02-09 5:01]
This one looks like exotic food.