Hello everyone how are you and today is a very special day for mushroom lovers because Friday has arrived again, and today I will prepare some beautiful mushrooms to be displayed in the #FungiFriday Community organized by @ewkaw today.
Two days ago I found two beautiful mushroom species in oil palm plantations and these two mushrooms are known as Gymnopilus sapineus and Marasmius, and some of these mushrooms that I want to immortalize for all of you and hope you like it.
Gymnopilus sapineus, commonly known as scaly rustgill, is a small and widely distributed mushroom which grows in dense clusters on dead conifer wood.......Wikipedia
This Gymnopilus sapineus mushroom has a unique shape with a large hat and looks very attractive, especially from the color that has its own characteristics and looks very beautiful, at that time I saw a body on one of the dead wood sticks that had rotted and at that time I immediately approached it to take some portrait of the object of this mushroom.
And you can see below some portraits of this Gymnopilus sapineus mushroom and some of them I have edited with a black background.
Marasmius is a genus of mushroom-forming fungi in the family Marasmiaceae. It contains about 500 species of agarics, of which a few, such as Marasmius oreades, are edible.......Wikipedia
This Marasmius mushroom will grow in the rainy season because in summer the fungus will die and the mushroom has a very unique shape with a bright white color and has its own charm from various other types of mushrooms, and you can see some portraits of this Marasmius mushroom below.