MONOMAD : Tubaria Furfuracea

in Black And White4 months ago (edited)

"This is my entry for the #monomad challenge"

A week ago I was very active in photo hunting, mushrooms were the main object of my hunt when I first set foot from the house to the edge of the forest, trying to find a damp place, because a humid place is a field of mushrooms growing very much, when it starts to rain my mind goes to mushroom hunting, mushroom hunting is a very good idea, and the results I got at that time were also quite satisfying, you can see some of the posts and other mushroom pictures that I share on my posting profile.

"Tubaria Furfuracea" is the name of the mushroom in this entry, as usual I found this name while trying to enter some of the photos I have on the Google Lens feature, this mushroom grows on rotting areca nut tree trunks, and the size is not too big, the color is also very pale , the mushrooms that I share are pale brown in color, according to what is written on wikipedia which explains what I share in this entry.

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Here I also tried to take some photos of this mushroom when it was accidentally broken by gravity which hit it to the ground :

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And here's the mushroom I'm sharing in this entry when I try to poke it :

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See also the same type, this grows elsewhere and is bigger than the mushroom I shared above:

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Okay friends, maybe this is all I can say in this meeting entry, as usual don't forget to keep smiling today and every day, see you in my next entry :)

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