FUNGIFRIDAY : SOME TYPES OF MUSHROOMS I FOUND THIS WEEK (81 PHOTO)

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Hello mushroom lover friends, I really miss today and it seems that almost all of us also miss Friday today, which is the day when we can share pictures and also write in this amazing community, especially if it's not #fungfriday.

I can't believe this community has reached week 6 and time is running so fast with more mushroom lovers sharing their mushrooms in this community, as @ewkaw said in the post FungiFriday Summary #5 - You did it! that : "I counted 33 valid entries today! Come on! :D", I think this is an amazing number, just 5 weeks this community has been around and see what we find, great enthusiasm and everyone sharing great mushroom photos.

I think this time I have to work harder to stay in the top 8 weekly, yes even though I have to compete with so many great photographers and writers, I still have to be optimistic and try to present the best that I can.

Here I also want to tell you a little about the beginning of my interest in mushrooms, the first time I shared photos of mushrooms in the Fungi Lovers community there I found a great friend and told me a lot about mushrooms, he is @qwerrie, through the comments on my first post we talked a lot there and he motivated me a lot to mention one name that could be a reference for me to post well and interestingly, he told me to see @borjan post, and what what did I find there? An interesting picture and with writing that seems to tell a story with the object he finds.

I have loved this hobby of photography since a few months ago and when I first used a macro lens, I only took some photos with insects, and after finding the mushroom community, I finally tried to take some photos of mushrooms and share them in the community.

Okay, without lingering in the introduction, let me get straight to the point of my post today, namely mushrooms. Mushrooms are very unique plants, there are many types, and the shapes also vary, if you want to know more about what mushrooms are, you can see them by clicking here. 👉[Wikipedia] & [Wikipedia.id]


First Mushroom - Polyporus

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All the mushrooms that I share in this post were taken on Wednesday, and this is the first mushroom I will share with all of my friends, by the way because of my limited knowledge of mushrooms and I don't really know the name of the mushroom. here I use google lens to find out by matching photos on my smartphone on Google Lens, and there I found the name ** "PolyPorus" **. PolyPorus is a name for the type of mushroom that grows on wooden stems.

I took this mushroom when he was alone on a broken branch next to the estuary, and the wood was a little damp. And for the size of this mushroom, I have also shared it at the end of the photo in this section, I specialize in this so that friends know the size of the mushrooms that I share in this section.


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If you want to know more about the mushroom information I share, you can view it by clicking here. 👈on the blue text I have inserted a link that refers to wikipedia, hopefully it helps.


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This is a photo of a mushroom in my hand, this photo is so that friends can find out the size of the mushrooms that I share in this section


Second Mushroom - Tyromyces

This is the second mushroom that I will share with Friends #Fungifriday this week, this fungus is white and also a bit orange. And when I use the Google lens to find out the name of this mushroom I found the name "Tyromices",👈 click here to find out more information about mushrooms that I share in this section.

This fungus grows on tree branches, and at the same time, I also saw pieces of wood that had been cut down by the landowner, I finally took the initiative to move it to that place, I did that so I found an interesting and different background.

Here below are some photos of a mushroom called Tyromyces, by the way and for the size of this mushroom I forgot to take it, but here I have one photo that I took without using a macro lens, you can see the photo at the bottom of the arrangement on the mushroom this section.


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This is the photo I mentioned above, which is a photo I took without using a macro lens


Third Mushroom - Hapalopilus Nidulans

Yayyyy, this is the third mushroom I found on wednesday, this mushroom is brownish orange in color, this mushroom is thin and sticks tightly to a broken log, it's very difficult to take a photo of this mushroom, even after I took it from various sides and it looks not so beautiful to share, and finally I tried to take a photo of this mushroom using the help of a 25 mm macro lens that focuses on the fibers that are in this mushroom, and below I will open with the other side of this mushroom, which is the inside of the mushroom that is attached to the wood.


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And when I matched my photo on the google lens I found the name "Hapalopilus nidulans", 👈click here to find out more information about the fungus that I share in this section .


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The three photos above are photos of mushrooms in this section which were taken without using a macro lens, this is so that friends know the size of the mushrooms that I share in this section


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And again, just like last week, this week I also got a nuisance from mosquitoes when I was going to take some mushroom photos


Fourth Mushroom - Schizophyllum Commune

This is the fourth mushroom that I will share with #fungifriday friends that I also found this week, namely on Wednesday, this mushroom was taken while it was on a small dead wood trunk, and look at its shape like a flower in bloom , this mushroom is brown and also white on the back.

The name of this mushroom in my area is gerigit, and my friend @flamego said this mushroom is edible and good for increasing immunity and can also reduce the risk of inflammation. Is that true? But I did not dare to consume it, because I had eaten poisonous mushrooms and I was traumatized by consuming mushrooms. 😱

And yeah! As usual, I used the google lens to find out another name for the mushroom that I would share with all of my friends, and after matching the photos on the google lens I found the name is "Schizophyllum commune" 👈click here to find out more information about mushrooms that I share in this section.


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This is a photo to find out the size of the mushroom that I share in this section, and the size is very small, you can see this photo I took when I put this mushroom on the palm of my hand.


Fifth Mushroom - Pycnoporus Sanguineus

Not many types of mushrooms that I found this week, and this is the 5th or last mushroom that I will share with mushroom lovers friends this week, these mushrooms are brightly colored, and if you are thirsty and see the color of this mushroom, your thirst will increase. :p

I also found this mushroom not far from where I found the other mushrooms that I shared this week, because I don't have enough time to hunt mushrooms this week, and this week I only found 5 types of mushrooms.

When I searched for the name of this mushroom using a google lens, I found the name is "Pycnoporus sanguineus", 👈click here to find out more information about mushrooms that I share in this section.

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This is a photo of a mushroom in my hand, this photo is so that friends can find out the size of the mushrooms that I share in this section


"Conclusion"

Thanks to all who have given me motivation and enthusiasm in sharing photos and writings in this community, actually I really wanted to try to taste the mushrooms that I found, but because I didn't really know which mushrooms were edible and which ones weren't (poisonous), I ended up not picking any of the mushrooms that I share here for consumption. Maybe friends here know which types of mushrooms can be consumed, friends can tell me through the comments column below.

All the photos that I show above were taken using a smartphone camera and some with the help of a macro lens, and here I also want to say sorry, sorry if there are some words that are difficult to understand, because to be honest, here I am still using the help of a translator, I write this article in Indonesian, then translate it through Google Translator.

Okay buddy, maybe that's all my photos and writing, sorry if there are some words that are not understood, that's all my posts on this happy Friday, see you in the next #fungfriday post. 😉🤗


"See also ; The last 7 posts of my mushroom publication"



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CameraPoco X3 NFC
LensSony 25 mm & Q-Lens 35 mm
ProcessMobile Lightroom & Picsart
LocationIndonesia - Aceh
Photographer@mirz

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~"About Me"~

M. Alan Mirza (@Mirz)

My name is M. Alan Mirza, I am currently 28 years old, I come from Asia, to be precise in Indonesia - Sumatra Island. I work as an emergency room administrator, namely in the Medical Record section at Cut Meutia Hospital. My hobbies are uncertain, my hobbies follow my mood, sometimes I like reading, sometimes I like writing, sometimes I like photographing small insects and other small object, sometimes I also like to play games for a long time.😁

My contribution to #FungiFriday by @ewkaw

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wow all of these fungi look very beautiful, some of the pictures you share I have never found them, your shots are very good..👍

Thank you very much, I also saw the mushroom you shared, it looks very beautiful, and I also saw it for the first time. 😃

Perfect captures and nice fungi.

Thanks a lot @hive-166168 🤗

Awesome fungi post !!! .. lovely and detailed pictures and a good explanation before each fungi is shown.. really good work and presentation hat you did there 😍

Thank you very much...
I'm glad to hear it, and glad if you like it 🤗

Only once a week, so I have to be as detailed and as good as possible in the post, that's my reason 😄

Hello @mirz!

Beautiful fungi collection and nice provided informations!
We appreciate your work and your post was manually curated by @adalger from the DNA team!

Reach us on Discord to learn more about the project!

Manually curated by brumest from the @qurator Team. Keep up the good work!

Thanks @brumest
Thanks @qurator

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Only 81? Dude :p

The gills patters on the second is really pretty!
Are those fly eggs in the middle?

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@tipu curate

The gills patters on the second is really pretty!
Are those fly eggs in the middle?

What ?? 😱
I didn't notice,
I think so, because when I took this photo of the mushroom, the fly were going back and forth to this mushroom.

Only 81? Dude :p

Ummmmmm, Yes 😅
I'm very busy this week...
I will reach 200 someday, 😆

It's an amazing piece of work, I have a lot to learn from you.

Thanks you very much, glad if you like it...

Let's drink coffee together at the coffee shop sabri 😁

Wonderful mushrooms macro images, @mirz.

Thanks a lot sir 🤗

Wow, @mirz you are leaving speechless !! Amazing takes, as always 🙌

Thank you very much. . .

Hugs for you 🤗🤗