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A species of mushroom that I believe is Lepiotus (Carla, PLEASE ID these for me) who open their parasols late in the day. They live in a foot square area in my yard (an acre), on what was a burn pile.Bayou George, FLSony W50
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Hi May,Beautiful flashlight management and great composition. If you, next time, focus on the closest square centimeter of the closest cap, you’ll get the best elegance and depth of field for your pic. ID: very probably Leucocoprinus birnbaumii (Corda) Singer, a pantropical species which is quite common in FL also. Although, without microscopical analysis, I can’t be 100% sure, and some other species of the genus aren’t fully out of question either. It’s better to name the genus only. :)Best regards, László
Got am I jealous May! Yep…these were once called Lepiota……they’re always changing names. Laszlo has a great possible ID there. I always just call these ‘Flower Pot Mushrooms’ as that’s usually where they’re seen here in the US. Jealous Jealous Jealous
Once I get the challenge up, don’t forget to submit to the August Features Challenge!oooo…ANOTHER feature for this image! :o) So beautiful
I did some research and I believe they are birnbaumii, too. I’ve never seen them in my flower pots. Thanks everyone.
Congratulations on your well earned feature in “Fungilicious”. Great image!
Thank you, Norm and the Fungilicious folks, for my feature! And to Yoolz for that feature, too!
Really nicely captured… love the light. Congratulations on your features!
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