|Copyright: Ersin UYANIK (eruyanik)
|Date Taken: 2011-09-18|
|Camera: Canon 350D EOS|
|Exposure: f/29.0, 1/1.25 seconds|
|Details: Tripod: Yes|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2011-09-21 12:34|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|We were at the platoos last weekend. Two days and one night camping... Sultanpinari Platoo is a vast plain beauty at the mountains... This armillaria ostoyae species was on a log within the fir forest.|
UPDATED! Thanks for the correct identification to dear Harmon... Yes, there the ring on the right one...
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Hey, nobody likes mushrooms? I do. Very nice composition with great DOF and clarity. The sphagnum moss is not quite the rich dark green that is truly is in nature (lightened too much?). TFS
My Best wishes,
this is a good sharpness picture with great details and nice composition
the colours can better
Yes you have right i love also Fungi,s and have MANY-MANY on TN
thanks greeting lou
Beautiful photo, but instead of Armillaria tabescens it shows Armillaria ostoyae (Romagn.) Herink. A. tabescens doesn't have ring around the stem, while your photo shows it, even if the fruitbodies are immature. A. ostoyae's growing exclusively on coniferal wood, mostly on spruce (Picea spp.) and fir (Abies spp.) and its cap is such scaly as your great image shows (unlike the one of A. tabescens).
Another, very similar species is Armillaria cepistipes Velen., but its substrate (deciduous wood) is different.
Best regards, László