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Author 'Gilbair' (Id 233340 ) : I have had my attention drawn by this fungus strangely colored in a forest of fir and birch trees not far from Montricher (Switzerland). He was lying on the ground, partly dehydrated as parchment.
EXIF : IMGP9305. JPG ; Date : 01. 04. 2017; Model=PENTAX K-5
Artist=G. BENZONANA ; Copyright=B. G. ; Exposure Time=1/800 sec
FNumber=F8. 0; ISO=3200; Focal Length=200. 00 mm.



Fungus polypore trabetes betulina 9305
Fungus Polypore Trabetes Betulina 9 in 'Photo Trametes Versicolor Growing', Report error
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> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 18, 2017
A pity that these beautiful mushrooms to the petticoats volantés like the dresses of the Andalusian are a bit lacking in light for more contrast.
 
 > Author Gilbair [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 19, 2017
 
I am in total agreement with your comment. The light was low when I took this shot and I have not managed to increase a bit the contrast and the brightness after the fact.
 
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 17, 2017
The Tramète gray (Trametes versicolor or English Turkeytail) is without a doubt the fungi, the most common of our woods. It offers a palette of shades is very rich, ranging from bluish-grey to reddish-brown, passing through the fawn ochracé, purple or black. This fungus is not edible. All is well highlighted and facilitated its identification
 
 > Author Gilbair [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 17, 2017
 
This is a response that I like and teaches me something. The name that I proposed for this fungus I have been provided by a third person because I'm an ignorant absolute mycology. The only thing that seemed obvious was that he was not consumable because it looked like a piece of cardboard. If it is common in the midi, this is the first time that I see one in my usual environment.
 
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