|Copyright: Stephen Maxwell (spmaxi) (38)|
|Date Taken: 2007-07-12|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-03-03 4:09|
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|Found in Creighton's Wood, just above Holywood, County Down. As yet unidentified, so any help in identification would be appreciated. Stipe hollow with a flush of red at ground level. Approx 6 cms tall, 6cms in diameter. Very undulated.|
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Nice colours but I don't like the tight cropping you have chosen, personally I like to see something of the habitat it occupies.
As to Id some fungi are imposable to name from a photo there been little to suggest what genus it belongs to. In fact the lack of such brings me to suggest Tricholoma :)
The undulated cap can be the result of age or environmental effect.
Your good macro shows Rhodocollybia butyracea (Bulliard: Fries) Lennox, in some books with name Collybia butyracea (Bulliard: Fries) Kummer, a very common specie all over the world.
Marco the master has already given you the clue, but here is my late contribution
Cropped too close this one for my personal taste, otherwise a nice shot.