Magic of fungi

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some very pretty colorful corals on the ocean floor with algae and moss growing around them
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some yellow and green moss growing on a branch
Lichen forest
red mushrooms growing on the side of a tree
Lee Brontide on Twitter
“It has come to my attention that many of you don;t fully appreciate the beauty, diversity, and weirdness of fungus. So here comes a bunch of pictures I've accumulated in referencing that death god of decomposition I was referencing.”
a tree with green moss growing on it's bark and leaves in the background
amazing texture and shapes
mushrooms growing on the side of a tree trunk
YESIL AGAC MANTARI - GREEN FUNGI
an illustration of different types of mushrooms
Lydia May
Mushrooms
many different types of mushrooms on the ground
theyardpdx
awelltraveledwoman: Been looking into growing my own mushrooms lately. Fascinating.
a close up of a mushroom on the ground
mush-rooms
mushrooms
small mushrooms growing out of the bark of a tree
Mushrooms @ Endau Rompin
Fungi @ Endau Rompin
three white mushrooms with black tops in the grass
Magpie Fungi
The poisonous Magpie Fungus (Coprinopsis Picacea) is a native of the British isles. First described in 1785. Preferring alkaline soil, it is usually found in beech woods in late summer and early fall. Additional family members occur in North America and throughout Europe.
a blue mushroom sitting on top of a tree stump with a bible verse below it
ESTROFARIA VERDE Stropharia aeruginosa (Curtis ex Fr.) Quél. 1872 stropharia-aeruginosa Grünspanträuschling strophaire melsvažalė gleiviabudė
Verdigris Agaric Mushrooms (Stropharia Aeruginosa)
three red mushrooms sitting on the ground next to flowers
red hygrocybe Springpad: Mushroom (see description)
four green mushrooms are growing on the side of a tree trunk in the dark forest
Top 10 of Anything and Everything
Borneo. (Neonothopanus gardneri) Found In a forest in Brazil researchers only recently (2008) found a glow-in-the-dark mushroom not seen since 1840! The long-forgotten fungus had to be reclassified, but scientists are still trying to determine just what makes the mysterious mushroom glow but they do know that it is 100% non-edible.