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jelly fungi, martin mere
Great find and fab shot, it looks like a frill. I like the little plant growing there too.
Thanks Di, I felt the green plant complimented the brown fungi and it was a pleasure to see two different forms of life growing from the dead tree .
– Dennis the Elder
Definitely jelly fungi! Two possibilities (or more?) Tree ear or Brown Jelly….Tree ear I think is Aricularia aricula……grrr…I’m not at home so can’t spell to save my life.However you look at it though, it is considered a safe edible! :o)
Thanks for the information, the appearance of Jelly Fungi seems to vary so much. I prefer to leave it where I found it for others to see, rather than eat it.
very well done!
you can enter the picture in the Febuary 2013 featured work
Thanks Manon, for the honour
I am so lost !! we are still in the month of January so please enter it in the January 2013 featured imagessorry for my mistake
I adore that little green plant growing in with the jelly! Congratulations on your feature – FAVE:>)
Thanks, I too liked the contrast of these two creations of Mother Nature.