Adrian Jones

Adrian Jones

Posted on 10/03/2017


Photo taken on October  1, 2017


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Adrian Jones
Calocera viscosa


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Calocera viscosa

Calocera viscosa
A good example of the fungus Calocera viscosa found growing at Shelve, Shropshire, October 2017.

ROL/Photo, Andy Rodker have particularly liked this photo


6 comments - The latest ones
Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker
Terrific shot. Great macro and I will have to keep y eyes peeled even more when I go for walks in woodland!!!
6 months ago.
Adrian Jones has replied to Andy Rodker
Thanks Andy, these were very common in all the woods I visited a couple of days ago, nice and easy to spot too.
6 months ago.
Ken Dies
Ken Dies
Excellent photo of this beautiful jelly fungus. Here it grows on conifer wood.
6 months ago.
Adrian Jones has replied to Ken Dies
Thank you Ken, it grows on conifer stumps and rotting conifer roots here too, the stump here is just covered with a lush growh of moss. The woods where I found them had been partially harvested a few years ago providing them with plenty of places for them to grow and fruit.
6 months ago.
ROL/Photo
ROL/Photo
Pas pour mon groupe Adrian
it is not an insect..!
6 months ago.
Adrian Jones has replied to ROL/Photo
Opps, sorry Rol, note to self......do not post when half asleep!
6 months ago.