Today I went back for a walk to look for mushrooms and didn't forget to bring my smartphone camera and macro lens in my bag. because today I went back around the rubber plantation to look for mushrooms because it's been a long time since I've looked for mushrooms in this rubber plantation area which is not far from the village where I live because it's in the next village.
And when I got there, I immediately explored where the mushroom thrives in the thickets of weathered dead wood and it was not in vain that I finally got two species of mushrooms in different places but in this rubber plantation area, and as usual I immediately took my camera smartphone and macro lens and take several angles of images that look very beautiful and elegant because these two species of mushrooms have their own uniqueness and characteristics.
And these two mushrooms are known by other names, namely Crepidotus and Pluteus as they came out on Google Lens when I was looking for the names and types of these two mushrooms, and black and white friends can see them below, some portraits of these mushrooms and I hope you like them and can enjoy it.
Crepidotus is a genus of fungi in the family Crepidotaceae. Species of Crepidotus all have small, convex to fan-shaped sessile caps and grow on wood or plant debris.....Wikipedia
Pluteus is a large genus of fungi with over 300 species. They are wood rotting saprobes with pink spore prints and gills that are free from the stem.....Wikipedia
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