Hello #FungiFriday friends wherever you are, I pray that we are all always in good health and good luck. Like last Friday, today I and several other mushroom hunters will share their findings here.
And for today's #FungiFriday I've prepared some pretty little mushrooms. There are at least three types of mushrooms with three different colors and shapes that I found in different locations a few days ago.
The first little mushroom was a mushroom that I found growing on areca nut fronds that had started to rot. The mushroom that often grows on these rotten leaves is the Marasmius capillaris mushroom from the Marasmiaceae family. Even though this mushroom is small in size, it looks quite attractive both in terms of shape and color.
Then next there is a mushroom with a brown color, the color of this mushroom is completely brown. Starting from the color of the umbrella to the stem. Unfortunately I was unable to identify the scientific name of this mushroom. However, I believe that this mushroom is part of the Mycena fungus.
And the last is the mushroom Mycena acicula, a mushroom known as "orange bonnet" is a mushroom from the Mycenaceae family. This mushroom is also a very beautiful mushroom because apart from having a bright color, this mushroom also has an umbrella in the shape of a "bonnet". Not only that, he also has beautiful gills.
|Camera||Realme 3 Pro + Macro Lens|
|Location||Tanah Luas, Indonesia|