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A photo from my trip today, in my beloved Glenbower Woods, one of those rare Irish forests which is somehow similar to the ones at home in Hungary. The species on the image is Dead moll's fingers (Xylaria longipes Nitschke), widespread and more or less frequent in Eurasia and North America, new in my gallery.
Photo: shot with flash, in manual exposure mode, ISO and white balance. PP: moderate cropping, slight level andd color adjustment, after re-sizing noise reduction and selective re-sharpening. More fruitbodies in the workshop.
Thanks for looking.
Update: after further investigation, the stromas on the photo belong to the species Xylaria polymorpha (Pers.) Grev., common English name Dead Man's Fingers. Excuse me for the misidentification.
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- [2018-12-09 23:41]
Hi Laszlo,common species as i can read in the note,but that i never seen in my life. So,your post is very useful,an excellent macro and a useful full view of the family in the WS,well done as usual. Have a nice week and thanks,Luciano
Excellent details and colors. Very nice specimen.
- [2018-12-10 4:04]
Laszlo nice picture to show the fingers
good details and nice colours gr lou
Perfect name of this fungus! Very well captured with good details and exposure. Background looks perfect too. Good work...
Thanks for sharing,
New for me.
It must be a pain ti photograph.
Nice textures in this one.