Wolf’s milk ( Lat.: Lycogala epidendrum – Wikipedia – Dutch: Bloedweizwam wikipedia-nl )
The little orange globes of this fungi have a velvet like white shine – Growing on the dead wood of a tree – I think it was a poplar tree…
Photo made in Bijlmerweide, Amsterdam SouthEast, the Netherlands
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ID-please? Help with identification would be greatly appreciated!
(It may be a species op yellow spot ( Nectria cinnabarina ) – but I would love to have someone with more knowledge of fungi correct or confirm it ;)
- also, any idea what those dark brown little things on the fungi may be – it looks like little seeds, or droppings?)
Thank you, Carla!
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Photograph made with Pentax K10D camera and
Pentax-M zoom1:2.8-4 40-80mm lens
Exposure 1/60 sec, unknown (macro-zoom), ISO 400
Date: oct. 29, 2011
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