Oudemansiella mucida. (Porcelijnzwam (BE) / Porcelain Fungus (EN) / Beringter Buchscheimrübling (DE) / Mucidule visqueuse (FR)) The same species as yesterdays image, only another group on the same fallen beech. (For more info on the species - see yesterdays post.) This species shows its real beauty only when looking from the underside at the cap. With the sunlight coming from above the cap is semi-translucent and the unique structure of the gills becomes visible.
Image: Schilde (BE) - 21/09/2010
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