Fungi Friday: two beautiful types of mushrooms I found

Hello everyone
For this week it is still the same as the previous week, in my area it is entering the dry season, nothing is seen growing in the places where I used to hunt, I racked my brain a little so that for this Friday I have to get some types of mushrooms that I want to share in this amazing community, of course when the dry season arrives it is a challenge for me to hunt mushrooms, Although it is difficult to get some types of mushrooms, I will try to get them.

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Time went on, almost two hours I hunted mushrooms I didn't get any results, it took patience and still enthusiasm to look for it, after I searched in my usual place I hunted mushrooms with no results, finally I moved to a place quite far from where I lived, my footsteps began to feel tired, I needed a rest, while wiping the sweat that had started to pour on my body, After I rested for a while, I finally started hunting for the return with today's target that I could find, fortunately in the middle of the trip I found a type of hard fungus that grows on one of the roots of wood that has begun to rot, a fungus that is often called coriolus versicolor or often referred to as the kalkum tail mushroom, and I will catch it as soon as possible.

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Maybe this type of tiny mushroom we often meet, but during the dry season this type of marasmius mushroom really doesn't look like a single one in the bushes, it happens that this tiny mushroom jenin I still keep in my cellphone gallery, I edited it immediately, even though it looks very small but I like it from the side of the stem and the hat is a little shiny.

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The two types of mushrooms above represent my contribution to the #fungifriday community created by @ewkaw

Thank you very much to all of you who have taken a little time to read this post of mine, hopefully it can be useful for all of us.
Greetings from me @furkanmamplam



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finding mushrooms in the dry season is a real challenge dear friend @furkanmamplam
I think it was worth the walk and the fatigue, since you were able to find these two beautiful species.
Beautiful shots, appreciate you letting us know.
have a beautiful morning

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Yes, it's true what you said my brother @jlufer, and today I got two species of mushrooms, I was hoping there were some other types I found, but they don't seem to be visible.

Of course that's for sure, I'm very happy to be able to share this amazing community mushroom, I hope your day will also be fun friends.

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