The variety of fungi in autumn

Hello fungi lovers,

we went into the Black Forest in Germany, several times in the past two weeks and took some pictures. You can find a huge variety of fungi with a wide range of colours at the moment. Sadly my most loved places have been destroyed by lumberjacks this year.

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As you can see, sometimes different types of fungi grow very close to each other. The orange one is a LACTARIUS SALMONICOLOR and the purple one is a LACCARIA AMETHYSTINA. Both are very common around here, as you can see in the next pictures.

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There are also lots of different RUSSULA growing at the moment.

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The range of boletes is astonishing. A small choice:

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LECCINUM SCABRUM

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NEOBOLETUS ERYTHROPUS

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IMLERIA BADIA

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XEROCOMELLUS CHRYSENTERON

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CALOBOLETUS CALOPUS

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BOLETUS EDULIS

We've also found fungis with extraordinary forms:

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SPARASSIS CRISPA

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HELVELLA CRISPA

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HELVELLA LACUNOSA (not sure)

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PHALLUS IMPUDICUS

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CALOCERA VISCOSA

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Some fungi can be found in large colonies:

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CRATERELLUS TUBAEFORMIS

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COPRINUS COMATUS

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PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS?

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This is only a small part of all those wonderful mushrooms we found.

Lovely Greetings,
happy findings and
until next time!

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