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Author 'Mimi' : I take photographs of ethnic mushrooms and edible fungi as CEPE or saffron. Here are the mushrooms strain Amandier that I took in the garden of my subdivision. : 4:

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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon Coolpix S510
Aperture: f/3.3 | Exposure time: 1/57 s | ISO: 64 | Focal: 8.8 mm (eq. 54 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Oui(9) | Date: 06/11/2008 11:23:49
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> Pac >Reply Nov 11, 2009
Not too bad but seen better on-site nature. The pleasure of the eyes ... Already.
> Gaston 10 >Reply Oct 27, 2009
Nice picture but that's all, I expected an explanation on the families of these fungi coprins.
> Calou >Reply Oct 19, 2009
Beautiful photo and beautiful colors ... It makes you want to wander.
> Cémaphore [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jan 10, 2009
Your shot is very clear, it is an army of Micaceous coprins. It is found in hardwoods and conifers and also close to being stem rot. It is a poor edible. Thank you for this photo.
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 22, 2008
Nice photo of these mushrooms well framed, with soft colors, I had never seen. : 3:: 6:
Identification > Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 21, 2008
This is a very dense troupe COPRIN micaceous (Coprinus micaceus). It recognizes the fungus to its small size, its conical shape, with its tawny color, small shiny speckles, micaceous in appearance, which scattered his hat. It is very common and chose the foot habitat of old trees (an almond tree here) that colonizes the foam and where he likes enormously. This species is irrelevant for cooking because of its small size and its flesh too thin. It is not toxic. Beau cliché of net which allowed its identification: 1:
Coprins Minacé (Coprinus Minaceus) On le trouve du printemps à l'automne dans les bois de feuillus ou résineux en troupes très denses, sur les souches en voie de pourrissement. (Gg54)
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