- Runnerduck (1851)
- [2005-07-03 11:45]
Two superb images, sharp and fully detailed.
Excellent pov and composition.
-I cannot help with ID, sorry-
Well done and thanks for posting.
- carper (8439)
- [2005-07-03 13:03]
realy two super mushroom shots, good composed, good in pov and ofcoarse with a good note, very good job,
- livios (16942)
- [2005-07-03 17:34]
Felipe, é incrível como você consegue sempre essas capturas com tanta nitidez.
Excelentes composições nesta bela apresentação. As cores são muito belas
Mais uma vez, parabéns.
- AndyB (3982)
- [2005-07-04 2:43]
Excellent shots of this fungi Felipe,
Nice lighting and good sharp detail.
Perfect exposure and superb colours.
Very well done indeed.
- red45 (31094)
- [2005-07-04 3:01]
Great work Felipe. Amazing DOF and clarity of textures - as always :-)
- sAner (4750)
- [2005-07-04 6:05]
This is beautiful! Especially the left picture is what I like. Light is very good in both pictures, POV and DOF are excellent and details are crisp & clear. You did a helluvajob! Well done & TFS!
- shirgold (2748)
- [2005-07-04 8:31]
Another great shot.
I like the left one better but I can see why you put the right one in as well..
TFS - Shir.
- Sarcodon (70)
- [2005-07-05 3:45]
As you said, specie of Laccaria genus doesn't have white veil; moreover they isn't lignicolous.
This is Tubaria hiemalis Romagnesi ex Bon 1992 (very probably) or Tubaria furfuracea (Persoon 1801) Gillet 1876;
the difference is only microscopical: T. hiemalis has got capitatee pleurocistidia, T. furfuracea not.
These are two very common species all over the world, they grow on dead wood (or residual). The white veilipellis on the cap is typical.
P.S. Did you receive my mail (with photos) about Inocybe calamistrata?