Macrofungi Diversity in the Tropical Rainforest of Sumatra

in FungiFriday2 months ago

I'm joining in the 42nd #FungiFriday challenge and sharing some of the mushrooms I found during the last mushroom walk I went on with some friends.

You will be lucky to reside in a tropical country like Indonesia as a mushroom lover. There is a lot of damp forest in this country, and now that the rainy season has arrived, it is not hard to find a variety of mushrooms.

However, in fact, identifying the name of the mushroom species is more difficult than finding the mushrooms. Sometimes it's like trying to solve a crossword problem to figure out what kind of mushroom you just discovered.

I finally learned the names of the mushroom species that I published here after spending about two hours looking up fungal identification. You can read more about the mushroom at the link I have embedded, so I won't go into detail about it here. My identification results may be inaccurate, and I would be grateful if you could correct these. Thanks 😉

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Lepiota lilacea


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Psathyrella marcescibilis


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Mycena meliigena


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Omphalina sp.


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Marasmiellus ramealis


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Tubaria furfuracea


Have a wonderful #FungiFriday! 😃

All of the images here are my own work, taken with Xiaomi POCO NFC smartphone and an assembled external macro lens.

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