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Mushrooms - Pesquisa Google

Mushrooms - Pesquisa Google

Xylaria hypoxylon is an inedible species of fungus in the genus Xylaria. It is known by a variety of common names, such as the candlestick fungus, the candlesnuff fungus, carbon antlers, or the stag's horn fungus. The fruit bodies, characterized by erect, elongated black branches with whitened tips, typically grow in clusters on decaying hardwood. The fungus can cause a root rot in hawthorn and gooseberry plants.

Xylaria hypoxylon is an inedible species of fungus in the genus Xylaria. It is known by a variety of common names, such as the candlestick fungus, the candlesnuff fungus, carbon antlers, or the stag's horn fungus. The fruit bodies, characterized by erect, elongated black branches with whitened tips, typically grow in clusters on decaying hardwood. The fungus can cause a root rot in hawthorn and gooseberry plants.

Up from the forest floor by Kenny Glotfelty on 500px

Up from the forest floor by Kenny Glotfelty on 500px

Small #mushroom. More beautiful #nature pics www.fabuloussavers.com/wplaces.shtml Thank you for viewing!

Small #mushroom. More beautiful #nature pics www.fabuloussavers.com/wplaces.shtml Thank you for viewing!

Mycena sp.

Mycena sp.

Amanita by Vincent Lagardère

Amanita by Vincent Lagardère

Slimy Spike-cap (Gomphidius glutinosus), young specimen, covered with a slimy veil at this stage, mycorrhiza fungus, edible, Switzerland  - stock photo

Slimy Spike-cap (Gomphidius glutinosus), young specimen, covered with a slimy veil at this stage, mycorrhiza fungus, edible, Switzerland - stock photo

Lilac Bonnet Mushroom (Mycena pura) ~ © Galleria di Gregorio

Lilac Bonnet Mushroom (Mycena pura) ~ © Galleria di Gregorio

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