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The species in the 2nd photo is Leccinum insigne, yes?
And strictly speaking it is a bolete, not a boletus, yes?
I'm being pedantic, yes?
It was a wet July here in northern New Mexico, causing fungi to appear in places not normally seen. In this case, water running over the edge of a...
I see no mention of Journey to the Microcosmos in the forum, so I thought I mention the most recent installment.
Good information, great...
I was wondering how I had never heard of this and then I read:
2010 prices for superior pure material as high as US$100,000/kg,
I think some more recent work:
alison pollack captures miniature mushrooms and fungi in macro photography
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Recent video blurb on a company called Evocative
In support of your Leccium thought, in the L. insigne entry in Mushrooms of Colorado and the Southern Rocky Mountains (Evenson) says:
Agreed. I've run into people out in the forest who were carrying B. edulis and Leccium spp. and they thought they were all the former.
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Oh I see that it automagically titled the link so as to id the thing. I just had the link as imgr.com/whatever.
Along the same lines, not sure what it is or what it is imitating, maybe lichen, maybe moss:
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Tangentially related at best but it's freakin' me out
Cool...maybe Perseverance will find something similar!
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