Fungi Friday - Little red umbrellas

in fungifriday •  3 months ago  (edited)

I can't tell you much about these colorful little mushrooms
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See them regularly in autumn, in dense forests, I found many similar looking little fungi in literature, many of them with very strong poison mixes, I don't know exactly what kind of mushroom is this. But one thing is for sure - is very decorative, a really beautiful little thing.
I really can tell if I like more the spring color explosion of flowers and insects or the autumn one, with fungi and falling leaves. They are both spectacular in different ways.
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The stem of this mushroom is always pretty long and curved, and the mushrooms can look very different one from another, often looking like some cool abstract sculptures or a thing from outer space.
In general, when I think of alien or surreal, the first thing I think of is fungi. So many interesting shapes among them. And many, growing in groups, form incredible little landscapes.

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So beautiful pictures thank for sharing

:) I really like these Fungi Fridays.

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Thank you :)

basically, only I thing left, I can add: dont eat them!


Those are mamma earth antennas! :D

:D receiving the alien talk show from gamma sector of the Optimus nebula

Wow... amazing shots! Love the dark mood.
Thanks for participating :) Have a great weekend!

:) Thank you. Good weekend.

I have seen Hygrocybes mushrooms that look similar but these could also be orange mycena.

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Thanks for the info :)

I suspect they are something completely different as i only know about north american mushrooms.

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  ·  2 months ago (edited)

Could be ... but when I see on photographs mushrooms, plants, and insects from the temperate zone of USA ... I find some that are the same as here in Europe, or very similar, surely closely related ... so could be not so different