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Author 'Amandine.vancon' (Id 30314 ) : Here are two beautiful mushrooms which I do not know the name. I took the photo from the ground, which gives the impression that they are as big as trees. I have do no editing, if you have any ideas, added you!



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EXIF : Brand: Kodak | Camera: Kodak Easyshare DX7590
Aperture: f/2.8 | Exposure time: 1/60 s | ISO: 140 | Focal: 6.3 mm (eq. 38 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Mode portrait (6) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: (89) | Date:
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> Demarthe.jean-marcAneuf.fr >Reply Apr 14, 2010
Very original height of these fungi in view of the trees.
 
> Grebulon >Reply Oct 23, 2008
Nice picture miss, they look like hairy coprins ... !
 
> Rigobert >Reply Jun 20, 2008
This seems to me to be coprins hairy or coprins black ink.
 
> Géna >Reply Jul 22, 2007
In the coprins, I am very fond of the scalp. Income gently to the pan with parsley and garlic, it is a treat. However, it does not keep long. Only a few hours after its harvest. Otherwise, it turns black and liquefies. Otherwise, this find and huge. (lol)
 
> Phophie >Reply Apr 07, 2007
The photo is super well taken. I will say that these are coprins hairy.
 
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 24, 2007
I think it is the Coprin black ink. He acknowledges his hat ovoid, never opened, brownish-gray to silvery, its lamellae free, whitish, at its foot white, smooth, and fibrilleux, to its growth in clumps and its liquefaction in an ink used as ink. Attention, it is edible, but is toxic with alcohol.
 
> Ice_pick [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 18, 2007
Here, it is a pity, because the focus is on the background. The mushrooms and the foreground are blurred. The idea was good.
 
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