Fungi Friday : Orange Mushroom and White Mushroom In Summer

in FungiFriday6 months ago

This is one of my contributions to #FungiFriday by @ewkaw hopefully I can always give my best from the previous day.


good evening everyone, how are you for this Friday, I hope you are always given health

for Friday this time in my area summer is still with us, there has been no sign of rain in the past few days, of course I as a mushroom hunter will find it very difficult to be able to get some mushrooms that thrive in the wild,

even so it didn't make my spirits dim, I kept looking in all parts of the weathered tree trunks because I was sure that even though it wasn't raining there must have been some mushrooms that did have skin resistance that was so strong that they didn't die easily like the two fingers I found Today

at the end of my hunt I got a areca nut tree where there were two types of mushrooms growing there, the first was an orange mushroom which had a pattern as usual with fine spots from the front, and you can see how bright the conditions were when I took it photo.








on the same tree trunk I also got a mushroom with the same motif it's just a different color and I think the types of these two mushrooms are the same.





Both mushrooms are included in the type of mushroom Hapalopilus nidulans.

here are some photos that I can share for this edition, I'm sorry if there are mistakes and hopefully it will rain soon in my area it's been a long time I haven't seen mushrooms grow so well.

CameraPoco x3 Pro
LocationAceh, Indonesia
CategoryMacro photography

I have found this mushroom but it is not as beautiful as what you find today. I hope to find very beautiful mushrooms in the future.

I'm sure that soon you will find this beautiful mushroom, of course, each of these mushrooms has a different shape


It's like a honeycomb, so delicious.. :)

you're right, looks like a beehive

Congratulations, your post has been upvoted by @dsc-r2cornell, which is the curating account for @R2cornell's Discord Community.

Manually curated by @jasonmunapasee