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Arrhenia retiruga

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 31 January 2013 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Arrhenia retiruga (NL: Gerimpeld mosoortje / EN: Arrhenia retiruga / DE: Netziger Adermoosling, Blasser Adermoosling / FR: Arrhenia retiruga)
is a small fungus usually found on moss like this image, but can occaisionally be found on grass and twigs growing from winter to spring.
the cap (5/15mm) is cup shaped, then expanded, buff/white, inner fertile surface is a greyish white, with radiating wrinkles. Microscopic examination is needed for propper determination.

Image: Brecht (BE) – 27/11/2012

Canon EOS 7D 1/30 second F/5.6 ISO 200 150 mm

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P-TER from Roeselare, Belgium

Ik zie hier enkel maar knappe foto's!
Ik hou van dit soort foto's.
Knap hoor!
Gr.
P-TER

31 Jan 2013 11:49am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

The colors are splendid.

31 Jan 2013 11:56am

christine from schoten, Belgium

Een super macro, je maakt het onzichtbare zichtbaar. Het mos lijkt wel zo groot dat een ree zich erin zou kunnen verschuilen :))).

31 Jan 2013 3:00pm

Canon EOS 7D
1/30 second
F/5.6
ISO 200
150 mm

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