This is my contribution to #FungiFriday by @ewkaw
Hello #FungiFriday friends wherever you are, I pray that we are all always in good health and all affairs are smooth. Just like my friends, I also have several mushroom collections that I want to share on today's FungiFriday issue. And there are at least four types of mushrooms that I found a few months ago during the winter.
In the first photo is the Calvatia craniiformis mushroom, this mushroom I found growing in the cocoa garden area. This genus of Calvatia is also known as the "skull-shaped puffball". This is of course the shape of the Calvatia mushroom itself which is like a skull. And what I found was still young or not too shaped like a skull.
And in the second photo is the Daldinia concentrica mushroom, even though it grows on a log, this mushroom cannot be eaten. This mushroom from the Hypoxylaceae family is also known by several names, one of the interesting ones is "King Alfred's cake".
Then there is also the Polyporales mushroom, I picked this mushroom from where it grows because it has a long shape and size that caught my attention.
And the last one is the "cow dung" mushroom, this mushroom is sometimes often found growing on the dung of cows, buffaloes or other animals. In addition, this mushroom also has the scientific name Panaeolus cyanescens from the Bolbitiaceae family.
|Location||Tanah Luas, Indonesia|