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LES CHAMPIGNONS
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Author 'Tassili' (Id 45845 ) : A very beautiful fungus which I do not know the name and that was originally on my weeping willow.



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EXIF : Brand: Pentax | Camera: Pentax Optio M20
Aperture: f/3.1 | Exposure time: 1/125 s | ISO: 64 | Focal: 6.3 mm (eq. 38 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Non défini () | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (24) | Date: 14/09/2007 09:38:08
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> Momjade [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 26, 2011
What a beautiful and simple composition of this mushroom ! I love the harmony of the three colors.
 
> Djumbo30Ahotmail.com >Reply Nov 10, 2010
I like, I've never seen this fungus, or at least I do not remember.
 
> Juliette >Reply Nov 07, 2010
: 13: They are very attractive, these mushrooms! Bravo! As for the scaly polypore ... he comes every year with his progeny on an old stump of sycamore in my little garden.
 
> Agaric augustus >Reply May 18, 2010
Scaly polypore, edible, young, quickly becomes tough, dry it, then make a powder in a blender (no humidity) and incorporates a little of this powder into a roast, for example, = excellent taste of mushrooms! A + treats metastases.
 
> Caro >Reply Nov 01, 2009
Super photo, I needed it! Thank you people! I love everything!
 
> Pattapoil >Reply Oct 27, 2009
Wonderful! Very nice photo, she is bright and well framed ...
 
> Jacques >Reply Jun 06, 2009
It's cool. Well done: 6: is a beautiful photo!
 
> Sim >Reply Feb 26, 2009
Very well: the fungus is beautiful and we can see the texture. : 3:
 
> Antelme.alain >Reply Sep 28, 2007
It is a Polypore ecailleux (polyporus squamosus) Poor edible, it grows from spring into fall, on the stem of a willow and poplar.
 
Groupe LES CHAMPIGNONS
Polypore Ecailleux (Polyporus Squamosus) Champignon de taille remarquable qui forme des touffes imposantes d'individus isolés ou imbriqués sur les souches de divers feuillus et notamment sur les saules et peupliers. On le trouve au printemps et en été. Bon comestible, jeune. (Gg54)
Bel exemplaire et belle composition. Un parfait ajout à ce groupe. (Momjade)
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