Fungi Friday: Marasmiellus Cluster

Today I'm back to participate in #fungifriday by @ewkaw. There are many Marasmiellus candidus mushrooms that I found a few days ago in a local forest, the hinterland of North Aceh.

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Usually, I only find one or a few M. candidus that occur in small numbers. But then, I found them growing in clusters on dead logs.

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But still, there are mushrooms that grow on their own. Even though they are a bit reddish, I think they still look fresh because they haven't been exposed to the sun.

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These are the sides that I captured from the surface of the caps, where you can also see sawdust sticking to them.

Well, that's my adventure with mushrooms this week. Happy #fungifriday!

CameraXiaomi Poco X3 NFC
LensExternal Macro Lensbong
CategoryMushroom Photography
ProcessedMobile Lightroom
LocationNorth Aceh, Indonesia
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