December 2011 - More Miscellaneous Fungi

I never seem to have much time for photography in December, with Rachel's birthday at the start of the month and, of course, Christmas. This year was no exception. The continued mild weather did, however, allow one or two further fungi photos.

 

At the start of the month a brief visit to Morkery Wood did result in one or two images. These Hoof Fungi were growing on the trunk of a silver birch tree.

 

Hoof Fungus

 

These next images are of Sulphur Tufts, growing on a moss covered log. The first shows the whole group. I then moved closer to create the two separate images below.

 

Sulphur Tufts

 

Sulphur Tufts

 

Sulphur Tufts

 

These next images are of Many Zoned Polypore, probably the most common bracket fungus in the UK. This one was growing on a small tree stump in my parent's front garden. Again I managed a selection of images from just a small group, not more than a couple of inches high.

 

 

Many Zoned Polypore    

 

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