FungiFriday: The Last Stock of Mushrooms

in FungiFriday4 months ago

It's so nice when it's Friday because I can still participate in the #FungiFriday organized by @ewkaw. Did you also know? This is the last stock of mushrooms I have that is still stored on my smartphone's memory card. This means I have to make plans for the mushroom walk after this, and I really hope that it rains in the next few days so that my mushroom walk won't be in vain.

So, here are some mushrooms that I'll be contributing to #FungiFriday, which include four different species from various locations and times. I'm trying to find information about scientific and common names using an image search engine on Yandex or Inaturalist. And I think Wikipedia is quite helpful for me in answering my curiosity.

Leucocoprinus cepistipes (Onion-stalk Parasol)

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Leucocoprinus birnbaumii (Flowerpot Parasol)

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Calvatia bovista (Young Puffball)

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Psathyrella candolleana (Pale Brittlestem)

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CameraXiaomi Poco X3 NFC Smartphone
LensExternal macro lens
CategoryMushroom Photography
ProcessedMobile Lightroom
LocationLhokseumawe, Sumatra, Indonesia
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I keep reading today that the dry season is approaching.
You need to stack up for the whole season until the rains come again :)

In Indonesia, the dry season lasts from April to October. Sure, there are still many good opportunities to find lots of mushrooms. But the effects of recent global warming could accelerate the dry season here. 🙁

It is a bit like the summer here then. Also very dry and hot.
And the fall and winter is usually rainy.


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Manually curated by ackhoo from the @qurator Team. Keep up the good work!

Thank you @ackhoo and @qurator 😊

wow some of these little mushrooms look so beautiful and some of these mushrooms i really like...

Thank you, bro 🙂

I hope you find some more too. You've managed to capture a great deal of varying mushrooms.

The Young Puffball catches my eye as I found a huge one in the summer the size of a basketball!

Thank you for your kind words and wishes. 😊

The Young Puffball catches my eye as I found a huge one in the summer the size of a basketball!

Whoa, that's huge! Here what I often see is only the size of a tennis ball.

I do enjoy the little clusters of mushrooms. It looks like a little futuristic city with those domed caps at varying heights.

Good luck with your upcoming mushroom hike. I need to wait until spring to get in on these #FungiFriday posts. For now, I will just continue to enjoy the contributions of others, like you.

Cheers!

Oh really? What season is it currently in the USA?

Yeah, hopefully you will be able to find them in the spring. There must be a lot of beautiful mushrooms there that you can share here. I'll wait for that. Thanks for the nice comment, sir.

It's winter in my part of the country. So, cold and snowy... Eventually, I'll take and share some fungi pics. There are lots here.