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DAY 1 - Mauve/pink agaric fungi. The larger specimens of this spotting are 5-6 cms in diameter. Caps feel wax-like to touch and quite hard, and the edges are smooth and rounded. Also translucent in places, and the gills are reasonably large. The stems are smooth, although slightly grainy in appearance. Signs of feeding on caps, possibly by snails or slugs. Other caps much paler and greyer in colour and warped, possibly being older than the fresh pink fungi (see photo #5 - fungi at rear)…

Lilac Blewit - Lepista sublilacina Lepista sublilacina (Tricholomataceae) is a medium sized fungus native to Australia, with a beautiful lilac or lavender color. The gills are pale pinkish when the.

Unicorn Mushroom - Entoloma quadratum   Entoloma quadratum (Entolomataceae) is one of those mushrooms that attract attention immediately when found fresh. Although they are small (up to 14 cm high), the caps and stipes are bright salmon orange.  These inedible mushrooms grow solitary to scattered on ground in broad-leaf forests, and can be found in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America.  References: [1] - [2] - [3]  Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: St.-Alban, Quebec, Canada (2011)

Unicorn Mushroom - Entoloma quadratum Entoloma quadratum (Entolomataceae) is one of those mushrooms that attract attention immediately when found fresh. Although they are small (up to 14 cm high), the.

Cup fungus on log, Manu National Park, Peru

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Large blue-gray fungus on a tree trunk, Las Nubes, Costa Rica

Large blue-gray fungus on a tree trunk, Las Nubes, Costa Rica.

Julia's Rose - beautiful coffee colored rose tipped with mauve.  Lovely older rare hybrid tea rose from 1976

Julia's Rose - beautiful coffee colored rose tipped with mauve. Lovely older rare hybrid tea rose from Had one of these but unfortunately they are prone to disease and I lost it.

Goliath beetles belong to the scarab family and are one of the largest insects on Earth, growing up to 4.5 inches long and weighing as much as 3.5 ounces.

Museum staff discover bird-sized beetle was shot out of the sky by Victorian insect collector

Staff at London's Natural History Museum discovered this beetle had been shot by an over-enthusiastic Victorian insect collector! This is a goliath beetle and it shows that the pattern can vary quite a bit across the same species.

Phymateus Viridipes, also known as the Green Milkweed Locust or African Bush Grasshopper, is an African locust in the family Pyrgomorphidae (Gaudy Grasshoppers). It is about 70 millimetres (2.8 in) long at maturity and capable of long migratory flights. Its body and fore-wings are green in colour while the hind-wings are bright red and blue, presenting a striking appearance in flight.

Phymateus Viridipes, also known as the Green Milkweed Locust or African Bush Grasshopper, is an African locust in the family Pyrgomorphidae (Gaudy Grasshopper

The Southern Lapwing (Vanellus chilensis) is a wader in the order Charadriiformes. It is a common and widespread resident throughout South America, except in densely forested regions (e.g. most of the Amazon), the higher parts of the Andes and the arid coast of a large part of western South America. This bird is particularly common in the basin of the Rio de la Plata. It has also been spreading through Central America in recent years.

The Southern Lapwing (Vanellus chilensis) Costa Rica - Rio Frio

Amazonian Wax-tailed Planthopper     Space Insect | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

'Brave New Worlds' project references (Wax-tailed planthopper)

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