2018 - New Year, New Species
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I wish happy new year to all of you - and I continue my "New Year, New Species" series, I mean that my first upload in the new year is a species which is new to TN. After Russula acetolens (fungus) in 2015, Larix kaempferi (plant) in 2016 and Russula queletii (fungus) in 2017, it's toadstool time again: now the Smoked or Black jelly oysterling (Resupinatus applicatus (Batsch) Gray) is featuring, as far as I know, the 1st time on TrekNature.
Rare species, which is growing on the underside of logs. This was the only time in my life when I managed to find it, in the Curraheen riverside forest near Cork City, back in 2014. Exsiccates in my fungarium.
Photo: done in aperture priority exposure mode, used macro converter lens and a log as "monopod". PP: moderate cropping, level adjustment, selective sharpening after re-sizing.
Thanks for looking.
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- [2018-01-09 13:51]
Hi Laszlo,a first time is always a great satisfaction,a species that remember me something of what i seen many time ago in the Euroblinke gallery,but i believe you that this is a new species,i'm not a mushrooms expert..ehehe....so...great pic and useful note,especially for members like me,thanks a lot for your interesting post! Have a good night! Luciano
Congratulations for this new species on TN,
I love the POV and the way you framed the image,
it gives a beautiful perspective, TFS
laszlo very nice picture of this group
good details and lovely colours look im your workshop to see the picture
- [2018-01-11 10:39]
Interesting fungi presented with good dof and exposure.