Fungi Lovers digest — October 2021

in Fungi Lovers4 months ago
Authored by @qwerrie


not the news

Up to date we are 1458 subscribers, 83 active posters, had 330 interactions and $630 rewards last week. Community account power decreased to 5903 HP (due to two undelegations). You are welcome to delegate part of what you earn here, to grow together better.

FL is a part of @OCD Community incubation program. In brief, it means @OCD encourage users to post to dedicated communities by giving back nice upvotes for great posts.

ok, enough reading — enjoy the pics!

We have a kindly ask: go for quality, instead of quantity. No need to spam over the place with low quality posts, that will get you nowhere.

If you came here to earn crypto - ok, good for you! whales love to chew mushrooms from time to time. So, its a good place to share the stuff. FL community account tries to support every post. But if you dont engage with other posts, preferring to milk it up and give nothing back... well, dont ask mods then, where are your posts rewards.


@OCD- curated posts

Check a very unusual fungus named bird's nest, macro photos by @teungkulik.


Some irresistable macro fungi cuteness from Aceh forest by @idayrus.


@maulidar found in Aceh forest an unusually looking black fungus - with no iD attached, hard to say what it is -- but looks quite convincing.


Coral mushroom is a cool living creature to find for a vivid macro photographer. @yetaras made his captures at Ukrainian forest.


Another post by @yetaras present nice Boleto mushrooms biodivercity to enjoy.


@yangyanje continue identification of fungi that one can encounter in a Swiss forest. Educate yourself!


Bridal Hood Mushroom granted @duwiky this happy (and quite smelly, lets face the truth!) encounter. Check some amazing macro captures of this bizarre shroom.


Educate yourself about morels from a very intresting and informative post by @suzana72 (note the actual images are the stinkhorns).


@hubbi brought in an intresting visuals of a near-dead Xylaria hypoxylon fungus from Aceh forest.


@jasonmunapasee presented the macros of a Splitgill, a very foto-friendly fungi.


@teungkulik had an encounter with Scleroderma citrinum; nice macros enclosed. I can hear you ask, what about the cooking properties? no, tho it looks like a puff-ball it isnt edible.


See you next time!


Hello @qwerrie. I just delegated 150 HP to the community and I was at the association for mycological studies in my city for fungi identification again today. I am so happy to be back. I also made sure that the community account @hive-166168 gets a 25% upvote from @mind.force also. I love what you guys and girls are doing and I am so happy to know other fungi lovers on the blockchain. Best wishes for the season.

Sorry for not giving a momentary-reply, I realize that I procrastinated with my TNKY answer because, uh... in the past I used to get very excited, whenever someone delegated even a small HP to the community, the size didn't matter, as it was a sign of support.; now it's gone. pls tell me, do you happen to have a discord contacts?

Hello my dear friend. Well, i am always excited about the fungi community. Also highly appreciate your enthusiasm like as if i still remained a child in that respect. My discord is .yangyanje (aka shinobi)#0298 .

hmm, didnt work.. mine is qwerrie#3288 🎈

Wow, what a wonderful set of photos, congratulations to all!

Heh, I was a bit lazy doing reports this autumn. But there were a lot of awesome posts and photos. I will add more reports, in time. Greetings!

Here is your Proof of Brian. I think you meant #ProofOfBrain

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