FungiFriday | Friday 5th August - Fomitopsis Pinicola

in FungiFriday4 months ago

Hello everyone, happy Friday, may today we get goodness and ease in all the affairs and work that we will do. Today I'm trying to recreate a mushroom post in this community, and this is my second post in this community.

I have a picture of a mushroom that I took with my smartphone, this mushroom I found growing on a dead tree trunk.
According to the information I got on wikipedia this is a wood rotting fungus. The scientific name of this mushroom is Fomitopsis pinicola.

Fomitopsis pinicola, is a stem decay fungus common on softwood and hardwood trees.Its conk (fruit body) is known as the red-belted conk. The species is common throughout temperate Europe and Asia. It is a decay fungus that serves as a small-scale disturbance agent in coastal rainforest ecosystems. It influences stand structure and succession in temperate rainforests. It performs essential nutrient cycling functions in forests. It has been reported that mushrooms have significant antioxidant activity. Wikipedia

Fomitopsis Pinicola

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Fomitopsis Pinicola My Original Image @walad


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Fomitopsis Pinicola My Original Image @walad


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Fomitopsis Pinicola My Original Image @walad


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Fomitopsis Pinicola My Original Image @walad


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Fomitopsis Pinicola My Original Image @walad


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Fomitopsis Pinicola My Original Image @walad


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Fomitopsis Pinicola My Original Image @walad


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Fomitopsis Pinicola My Original Image @walad


Thank you for stopping by and seeing my post, I hope you like it and don't disappoint.

Device Information I use for Making a Picture

PhotographyInsect (Leptocorisa Oratorius)
Location PhotoIndonesia (Sabang City)
Camera usedSamsung S21 Ultra
Photographer@walad