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    Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi

    Last October, while metal detecting (what else would I be doing) I came upon these two types of Fungi that I never saw before.
    The Yellow ones I called Yellow Wonders, have no idea why, but that is my file name, what they really are I do not remember.
    The White one is without a doubt the most beautiful Fungi I ever saw in the woods of South Jersey. I have a file name of Waterfall Fungi, don't know if I gave it that name or that is what it is. Anyway, this one is gorgeous, I am showing a cropped photo along with the regular photo, so you can see the detail of it.

    Since I know the location I found these I do plan on going back the same time frame this fall in hopes of better photographs with my new Canon.

    Don
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    "The mantra has always been don't clean a (copper) coin or it will lose value.
    For undug coins this is true. For dug coins this is untrue.
    The value will increase with judicious cleaning."

  2. #2

    Sep 2006
    Central Iowa
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    Re: Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi

    I believe the yellow ones are called, Spindle Coral and the white one is called, Coral Hydnum.

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    Apr 2007
    North Carolina
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    Re: Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi

    Don these are wonderful I would love this growing in my yard !! Isn't mother nature the best artist
    That man is a success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much.......   Robert Lewis Stevenson

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    us
    Jan 2007
    eastern Oklahoma
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    Re: Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi




    Wow, the white one is something else,
    Bean, you know your fungi !!!.

    Fossis...........
    fossil hunter Indian Artifact collector MDer Antique collector

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    Sep 2006
    Central Iowa
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    Re: Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi

    No, not at all. A few years ago I realized how limited my plant knowledge was. So I guess I've been slowly trying to change that, by referring to my books.

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    Wes

    Apr 2007
    Springfield, TN
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    Re: Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi

    Don, those are some really great pics...never seen any like that. Since fungi are Mother Nature's "clean up" organisms., I wonder if they are a type limited to your area?
    Look not mournfully into the past, it comes not back again. Wisely improve the present, it is thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy future without fear and with a manly heart.

    - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

  7. #7

    Jul 2006
    Wisconsin
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    Re: Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi

    The yellow ones are also called "Earth tongues"- they come in a few different colors, but they don't always grow in the same place twice. The white one is a bearded tooth, or lion's main, or actually, these have a whole list of common names but anyways, they are edible when young, in fact they are better than just being edible, they are really good! Fry them in a little butter and salt and pepper to taste!
    "A culture truly grows great when old men plant trees in who's shade they know they will never sit"

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    us
    Aug 2006
    WESTERN MASS
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    Re: Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi

    I'd have called it a waterfall too, really unique. Cannon, you know your mushrooms too? Great job on the id's. Great pictures even witout the new camera.
    A kind word echos for eternity

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    Nov 2006
    Central Illinois
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    Re: Waterfall Fungi and a Yellow Wonder Fungi

    Theres a fungus amungus?

 

 

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