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Trichaptum biforme

The rather unimpressive, striated top of this polypore contrasts sharply with the purple tinged underside (shown in next couple of photos) substrate: dead tree branch on ground location: Welch-Dickey Loop, White Mountains, NH

Bleeding Fairy Helmet (Mycena Haematopus) ~ By Stefano Vianello

Bleeding Fairy Helmet (Mycena Haematopus) ~ By Stefano Vianello. These are pink mushrooms, people.

Amazing sight on a big old beech tree - tier upon tier of beautiful, unmarked Branched Oyster mushrooms (check out the gills running in grooves down the stems in the photo - thanks to Flaxton for pointing out this characteristic in an earlier post). Caps were a lovely grey/brown with a hint of lilac. Creamy/white gills.

Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus Super tasty and one of the few mushrooms capable of guarding trees from Honey funghus

Cookeina tricholoma. A delicate Cup Fungus growing on a fallen branch in the lowland rainforest of Borneo.

A delicate Cup Fungus growing on a fallen branch in the lowland rainforest of Borneo.

lichens - the combination of a fungus and either an alga or an autotrophic bacterium that live together in a mutualistic relationship.

Did you know that lichen can be a sign of good air quality? Small areas with many types of lichen have especially good quality air. Photo: Lichen courtesy of Jim McCulloch/Creative Commons.

tree stump fairy houses | Lovely fairy houses! by claudette | Tree Stump Ideas

Fancilicious Fairylands: Welcome to Woodland Fairy Village! Fairy homes made from logs and pine cones and set in the garden

mushroom drawing~

I like the grass and small mushrooms. Just add paw prints in the grass and my fairy laying on a tree branch above.

Lothlorien, home of Glad riel and Celeborn. I love the graceful lines of this. So instinctive and gestural

“Lothlorien” Concept Art for The Lord of The Rings, by Paul Lasaine. More at: Paul Lasaine

TYWKIWDBI ("Tai-Wiki-Widbee"): Orange Pore fungus (Favolaschia calocera)

orange pore fungus (Favolaschia calocera) Found in Madagascar and Australia, this species has become invasive in New Zealand.

Substrata - Deep Swamp by Ninjatic.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Substrata - Deep Swamp by Ninjatic on DeviantArt Nice details on the trees and fungi. Looks like a very established swamp.

A espécie de fungo Auricularia aurícula-judae, popularmente chamado de Fungo Orelha-de-Pau, é comestível e pode ser encontrado em madeiras em decomposição.

The hills may have eyes, but the trees have ears! Auricularia auricula-judae, commonly known as a jelly ear, is a fungus that grows on trees in temperate regions around the world.

Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, B.C.   You pass through here on your way to Port Alberni and then on to Ucluelet and Tofino

NOTHING beats the quality of light in Cathedral Grove, everything is so rich and green and amazing. Ancient Red Cedars (the biggest trees are 800 years old) in Cathedral Grove, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada