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Worth a visit to view these old color pages from the Biodiversity Hertage Library n286_w1150 Field book of common gilled mushrooms New York :G.P. Putnam's Sons,1928.

Cute! Reminds me of Dr. Seuss -- Whoville or someplace like that. Zentangle Postcard

This is an amazing looking fungus. First thing that came to mind was Porcelain Fungus - Oudemansiella Mucida

"Campanella caesia, a rare species of fungi, with very few citations, fruiting on Arundo donax, 16-11-201, Riba-roja de Turia."

Don't even try to tell me this isn't a fairy village, because I will simply stick my fingers in my ears and refuse to hear you.

Blue milk mushroom, is a species of agaric fungus

En excrementos de mirlo by Amigos de la micologia / Joseba Castillo...http://, via Flickr

Blue Pixie's Parasol (Mycena Interrupta) -- these look like a beautiful shade of blue gel... ♥♥♥

Champignons ~ a plate from the 2-volume Larousse Universel, a French illustrated encyclopedia published in 1922 by Éditions Larousse and edited by Claude Augé from the original work of Pierre Larousse. Photo via Ωméga@ Flickr

Phallus impudicus, a common and widely distributed stinkhorn, was named by a French mycological pioneer with a French sense of humor.