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Posted: 09/20/2012 at 3:05pm | IP Logged Quote Bogie

Fantastic new shroom Neyjour!

Thanks DL glad you like them.

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Posted: 09/21/2012 at 8:30am | IP Logged Quote Neyjour

Thanks!

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Posted: 09/21/2012 at 7:36pm | IP Logged Quote Cisticola

Cool, great job guys....gonna grab these.

Nothing like some magic mushrooms to get you mapping.....



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Posted: 09/23/2012 at 7:27pm | IP Logged Quote Dragonlady

I found a few more that were interesting while looking for something else on Wikipedia today. Where does the time go while surfing??



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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisporella_citrina

Bisporella citrina, commonly known as yellow fairy cups or lemon discos, is a species of fungus in the family Helotiaceae. The fungus produces tiny yellow cups up to 3 mm (0.12 in) in diameter, often without stalks, that fruit in groups or dense clusters on decaying deciduous wood that has lost its bark. The widely distributed species is found in North Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and Central and South America. Found in late summer and autumn, the fungus is fairly common, but easily overlooked owing to its small size.


I figured they'd look great enlarged, glowing for variety and 'Fairy Cups' is a great name! :)

Another close relative is:


Kinda creepy looking.
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