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


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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!!!
13 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.
13 months ago.
Ken Dies
Ken Dies
Excellent photo of this beautiful jelly fungus. Here it grows on conifer wood.
13 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.
13 months ago.
ROL/Photo
ROL/Photo
Pas pour mon groupe Adrian
it is not an insect..!
13 months ago.
Adrian Jones has replied to ROL/Photo
Opps, sorry Rol, note to self......do not post when half asleep!
13 months ago.