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RE: Fungi Friday - ENTOMOPHTHORA MUSCAE : A FLY KILLER STORY

in Fungi Lovers9 months ago (edited)

very unexpectedly, it ends without any mushrooms, too! but curating bots dont investigate into it, they vote blindly. wish you more good curation, my friend!

and I see you are out of muchrooms, here is a small consolation !BEER for you. I wish the new season will be extremely successful, fruitful and forageble for you. and very fungi-licious in terms of photos, too. cheers!

ok, I read more carefully the text of the post after writing my comment, and feeling a bit silly now :P
a great post with an intresting mushroom, what else can I say now. tho it do not look like a mushroom for me at all. I have to rely on the science and scientist's statements in this question.

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Hehe yes :) this is a kind of fungi that doesn't form mushroom - like fruiting bodies, far from edible or inedible :D kind of beyond edibility questions ... but still surprisingly closely related to all those mushroom producing species ... as Master Yoda once said : " A fascinating, alien world, the fungi world is "
And unfortunately, yes ... from now on, till the end of summer, there won't be much Fungi Lovers material here in my area. It's insects & flowers season.