Hello mushroom lover friends, I haven't written a post in this community for a long time, and on this occasion I will share some photos of mushrooms in this community, the mushrooms that I will share on this occasion are two mushrooms that I took yesterday when me and my friends I went to the forest not far from where I live, namely in Aceh - Indonesia.
For the location I took this mushroom photo, it is precisely in Blang Kolam Waterfall - North Aceh, this is one of the tourist attractions known for its very beautiful waterfall, here is a photo of the waterfall that I mean in this paragraph;
Okay friends, without being too long in the introduction, I will immediately invite you all to see some photos of mushrooms that I will share on this occasion, and of course I will also try to explain a little about the mushrooms that I will share, by the way all The photo that I will share on this occasion was taken using a smartphone camera and the help of a macro lens, I hope you enjoy it ;)
FIRSH MUSHROOMS - FAVOLASCHIA CYATHEAE
This is the first mushroom that I will share on this occasion, and when I tried to match the photo in my smartphone gallery on Google lens I found the name of this mushroom in the image shared by the site hiddenforest, the name of this mushroom is "Favolaschia cyatheae", After finding the name for this mushroom, I finally wanted to confirm on google image by doing a search on the name Favolaschia cyathaee and the results were the same as the mushrooms I shared, until I finally believed that this mushroom was called Favolaschia cyathaee.
Then I tried to find more information on wikipedia which explains the name of the mushroom that I will share this time, but I did not find any information with the search word Favolaschia cyathaee, on a google search I only found information in Spanish which if translated as follows:
"Favolaschia cyatheae is a species of basidiomycete fungi in the family Mycenaceae, order Agaricales. . . . ." - Read More On Wikipedia
Then tried to search for information using only the word Favolaschia, until finally I found more information about mushrooms that I shared on this occasion, on wikipedia it was written that;
"Favolaschia is a genus of fungi in the family Mycenaceae. The genus has a widespread distribution, and contains about 50 species. Like the genus Favolus, the name is derived from the Latin favus meaning honeycomb, as the fungi with the large pores on the underside are resembling a honeycomb.. . . . . ." - Read More On Wikipedia
Well on wikipedia it is stated that this mushroom has 50 spies and I think the name Favolaschia cyathaee is a genus of one of these fungal species, that is, if I am not mistaken in finding the information, if I am wrong in this case, please correct me and let me know through the column comments on the posts that I share this time.
Okay friends, below are some photos of a mushroom called Favolaschia cyathaee that I will share with all my fungilovers friends, and like what I said in the explanation of the first paragraph that all the photos I share are taken using a smartphone camera and the help of a macro lens, hope you like it ;
SECOND MUSHROOMS - PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS
This is the second mushroom that I will share with all my friends, and the name of this mushroom is Oyster Mushroom or in other languages this mushroom is called by the name Pleurotus ostreatus,this is also the name i found when i matched a photo that was in my smartphone gallery on Google lens, and here I will also share some explanations that explain the mushrooms that I share, on wikipedia it is written that;
"Pleurotus ostreatus, the oyster mushroom, oyster fungus, or hiratake, is a common edible mushroom. It was first cultivated in Germany as a subsistence measure during World War I and is now grown commercially around the world for food. It is related to the similarly cultivated king oyster mushroom. Oyster mushrooms can also be used industrially for mycoremediation purposes. . . . ." - Read More On Wikipedia
In the picture shown on wikipedia, the mushroom with the name Pleurotus ostreatus looks bigger than the picture I shared, but from the identification I read on the explanation on wikipedia in terms of color and shape it shows the same fungus.
Okay friends, below are some photos of mushrooms that I will share with all of my friends, and the photos I share below are also taken using a smartphone camera and macro lens help, hope you like it ;)
Okay buddy, that's all I can share at this day, sorry if there are some words that are difficult to understand, because I'm still using "Google translator" help to translate my writing into English. See you next Post Lovers and and peace love greetings.
"See also ; The last 7 posts of my mushroom publication"
|Camera||Poco X3 NFC & NIKON D7200|
|Lens||Q-Lens 35mm - Sony 25mm & 18-140 VR KIT|
|Process||Mobile Lightroom & Picsart|
|Location||Indonesia - Aceh|
My name is M. Alan Mirza, I am currently 29 years old, I come from Asia, to be precise in Indonesia - Sumatra Island. I work as an emergency room administrator, namely in the Medical Record section at Cut Meutia Hospital. My hobbies are uncertain, my hobbies follow my mood, sometimes I like reading, sometimes I like writing, sometimes I like photographing small insects and other small object,
sometimes I also like to play games for a long time, but now no, i have to focus on work, playing games for a long time will only make my time run haphazardly in vain. 😁