Tiny life in Myrtle forest, Tasmania

tasadam

Joined October 2008

Artist's Description

Small blue fungus amongst the unmistakable shape of Myrtle leaves in a typical Tasmanian rainforest. Their name is Mycena Interrupta.
The first time you see these fungi, you assume they cannot be real. Their amazing colour does make them unique and attractive.
A particularly impressive example, I decided rather than interfere, to leave the small speck of dirt / debris on the front one, keeping it real as I like to do.
It could easily be cloned out if that’s your preference.

803 views as of 27th April 2010

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