Good evening everyone, in today's #FungiFriday Challenge I try to show you two yellow mushrooms that I found while walking rural areas in the Nisam Antara area, mushrooms that have a uniqueness and these are the first mushrooms I will show in my post and maybe friends. other friends have often found these two types of mushrooms.
The distance that I traveled was approximately 50 Km from my house and walked to see the river in the Nisam Antara valley, while exploring these valleys I ate these mushrooms in the former pile of old tree trunks that fell between the streams. These two mushrooms have the names Calocera Viscosa and Bisporella Citrina, are two types of yellow mushrooms that really like moisture and have their own beauty as in the photo below.
Mushroom Calocera Viscosa
This mushroom has a shape like sea coral and is yellow in color, it looks beautiful, grows between moist and weathered bark, this type of fungus is often found in humid areas, the beautiful branches are a very special value for this fungus and can be seen in this post.
Bisporella Citrina Mushroom
Mushrooms that have a cup-like shape look tiny and beautiful. This fungus is found on several continents and this fungus grows in autumn and or at the end of summer. I found this mushroom close to the colocera viscosa mushroom in the river that I visited.
I shot the two yellow mushrooms above using the Vivo X70 Pro Smartphone camera and using an additional 35 mm macro lens, and I posted these mushrooms for the #FungiFriday challenge this last week in October and thanks to @ewkaw who has facilitated mushroom hobbyists in the community this.