Coloring the Maritime forest

1 Aug

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Let us start with the Blusher (Amanita amerirubescens), I’m not pushing this mushroom as an edible though, it is in the post like all the other photos today for looks only.

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Hydnellum peckii is quite a sight as it gradually dyes itself from white to reddish.

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First Lobster mushrooms I’ve seen this summer, they did a nice job taking over these once white Russula mushrooms

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Here is a series of 5 photos of Leccinum aurantiacum, the last 3 of the cut stem as it moves from white, pink, purple and black in just a few minutes after slicing.

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The mighty tiny Laccaria amethystina plentiful in moss right now.

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Watermelon berry, I wasn’t expecting to see this plant today and this was the only one in the area I noticed.

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American Fly Honeysuckle looking good.

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Well that’s it for now. ciao

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