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I found this fungus in December, during a walk on the edge of a field bordered by a small river.
It grows on a stack of dead wood shredded, as shown in the photograph. The wood comes from the pruning of deciduous i.e. probably beech.
I observed on another sample of the same fungus, lamellas under the hat up to the foot (the blades are «decurrent»).
The flesh is fibrous, more or less gelatinous. The foot is small and eccentric, and I have not observed any volve or ring.
I assume it is Hohenbuehelia mastrucata - Singer, 1951. But I am definitely not sure.
Any help identifying would be welcome.
The photograph was taken in undergrowth sparse. The lighting conditions were not completely favorable.
The camera was set mode aperture priority, with sensitivity equivalent to ISO-400.
I used the macro lens of 50 mm focal length.
To have a sufficient depth of field, taking into account the proximity of the subject to the objective, ie a few centimeters, I opened to f/13.
With these parameters, the speed was 1 / 10 th of a second. I used the tripod and remote shutter release to avoid the «blur».
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impressive mushroom and the way that you present this, very good sharpness stress his frozen texture, it's a very fine macro photo, in the identification I cannot help you!
keep photographing! TFS
It's very possible Your ID specification's right. This is again a genera where You need microscope to fully isolate the species from each other.
The photo's very nice, great focus and choice of exposure. And a very interesting pic for me, too, because I've never seen this species yet. Merci du partager.
I wish You and Your loved ones a very happy and productive 2010. Friendly regards from Hungary, László
Impressive fungus specimen, very well shoted, correct details and a very naturalñ set of colors. I Think the POV is very suitable to see chars of thos organizm. Very useful note, include the conditions of shot.
je ne m'y connais pas trop en champigons, mais je sais que celui-ci est superbe, tant par ses formes que par ses couleurs, très belle présentation et point de vue
Passe une bonne nuit