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I did read about some soil bacteria that can depolymerize vinyl chloride but never heard about plants... :)
Other than the cap and its texture, that fuzzy stem feature makes it almost foolproof.
it is quite hard to say which specie is it (at least for me),
but it's surely a tooth fungus, probably Hericium sp.
commonly tooth fungi aren't...
I could guess than that a lite, periodical tan of UVA might develop a
protection for that widespread phenomenon of spring's burn;
thank you all...
what about UV during other seasons?
I have quite a lot of cactus in my flat, and worring about their care,
I've wondered if it would be a nice idea to give them a...
Thank you very much for your help
I'll contact an office to see if they can identify those borers.
There seem to be a problem with olive
trees (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olive) caused
by small orange worms growing under the bark...
if it's already a grown specimen, then I'd guess
that looking for stemonitis or lycogala would
be a nice doing.
could it be a ramaria sp. ?
it seems like it has still way long to develop, so
it's not so easy to guess.
Premised I am not sure which fungus you've got there :
I don't think these will harm your oak, as mycelium will not
go deeper than the tree's bark.
I'm undecided between a Trametes and a Polyporus...
can you provide more details, like fruiting body smell, sporeprint color, size ?
it reminds me somewhat of Agaricus Augustus, however there's...
it's a pity you're not interested in that, it's so fascinating !
I'd recommend to preserve at least a piece of plasmodium (that slimy thing);...
Well, if you take a trip to arizona you'll notice it is not so mushroom-friendly...anyway,
in my last trip to europe, I saw quite much specimens...
Mushrooms are composed about 90 % of water,
so if that specimen weights 20kg, drying it would
mean lose 18kgs of water, thus leaving a
2 kg dried...
I think it's Ramaria Pallida.
The shape and smell you've described distinguish it almost fool-proof.
Be warned that unlike some relatives of this...
it is very likely fuligo septica, a slime mould :)
I don't think that stop watering will prevent it from coming again...some
specimens in your...
I found some of these strange furry crawling things on an apricot tree, and
I suspect they're responsible for leaves holes, as...