Fungi Friday - Three mushrooms, Lingzhi, Lentinus, Rigidoporus are harvested in the areca tree orchard this Friday

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Hay mushroom lover friends and I this Friday I have some stock images that I found in the areca palm tree garden and some portraits of these mushrooms that I want to share in the #FungiFriday Community hosted by @ewkaw today and hopefully these mushrooms are better than before.

Today I went back around the areca tree groves to look for mushrooms and when I got there I didn't forget to bring my smartphone camera and macro lens to be able to take pictures of mushroom objects in these areca palm groves, and it was not in vain because I got some very good wood mushrooms growing on dead areca palms.

Today I found three types of mushrooms that I found today, namely Lingzhi mushrooms, Lentinus mushrooms and Rigidoporus mushrooms. Some of these mushrooms have a unique shape, starting from a slightly odd body and have a very attractive color and have their own characteristics.

And on the occasion of this Friday I will capture several portraits of the mushrooms that I found today, and I hope you like them and enjoy them.


The first mushroom is a species of Lingzhi which has a unique shape with a very beautiful looking color. This mushroom usually thrives on several areca palm trees, and at that time I immediately took several angles of the picture which looked very beautiful and elegant.

Lingzhi, Ganoderma lingzhi, also known as reishi, is a polypore fungus ("bracket fungus") native to East Asia belonging to the genus Ganoderma.....Wikipedia







The second is the Lentinus type mushroom and this mushroom has a very beautiful shape with a bright brown color and has small hairs that look very unique and attractive.

Lentinus is a genus of fungi in the family Polyporaceae.....Wikipedia






And the last one is a wood mushroom or Rigidoporus type which has a very unique shape with its own characteristics, mushrooms usually grow and develop on areca nut trees and have several forms.

Rigidoporus is a genus of fungi in the family Meripilaceae. Many of the species in this genus are plant pathogens.....Wikipedia





LocationAceh, Indonesia

The mushrooms you found are incredible dear friend @ridor5301 the three varieties are really beautiful
excellent shots

Thank you so much for dropping by and liking some of the mushroom photos I'm showing today and I really appreciate them..