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Basidiomycota is one of two large phyla that, together with the Ascomycota, comprise the subkingdom Dikarya (often referred to as the "higher fungi") within the Kingdom Fungi. More specifically the Ba

Basidiomycota is one of two large phyla that, together with the Ascomycota, comprise the subkingdom Dikarya (often referred to as the "higher fungi") within the Kingdom Fungi. More specifically the Ba

Creoidotus cestatii has to be one of my favourite fungus. When seen from above it seems so common and innocuous, just a white crust attached to the underside of a dead twig. But once turned over and viewed from its lower surface it becomes a fabulous combination of shapes and colours, gills and swirls, love this!  Putt Woods nr Faversham

Creoidotus cestatii has to be one of my favourite fungus. When seen from above it seems so common and innocuous, just a white crust attached to the underside of a dead twig. But once turned over and viewed from its lower surface it becomes a fabulous combination of shapes and colours, gills and swirls, love this! Putt Woods nr Faversham

Jelly and coral fungi

"Dead man's fingers" Fungi - Jelly and coral fungi - "Steve Axford Photography"

Blue Oyster Mushroom

Blue Oyster Mushroom Development - Photos of growth and development of blue oyster mushrooms. Enjoy watching delicious Blue Oyster mushrooms grow in your own classroom, home or office.

Marasmius Rotula is a common species of Agaric fungus in the family Marasmiaceae. Widespread in the Northern Hemisphere, it is commonly known variously as the Pinwheel Mushroom, the Pinwheel Marasmius, the Little Wheel, the Collared Parachute, or the Horse Hair Fungus. The type species of the genus Marasmius, M. rotula was first described scientifically in 1772 by mycologist Giovanni Antonio Scopoli and assigned its current name in 1838 by Elias Fries.

Marasmius Rotula is a common species of Agaric fungus in the family Marasmiaceae. Widespread in the Northern Hemisphere.

Amethyst Scepter Flower - Scepters are a unique crystal formation that look like a king's scepter, or a mushroom!

Amethyst Beautiful arrangement of flowerlike scepters of amethyst. Photo: Jeff Scovil Size: x x 1 cm Country: India Locality: Madras

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