Ramaria stricta

Corticoids, Crusts, Brackets, and any non-mushroom like fungi growing on wood
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Steve
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Ramaria stricta

Post by Steve » Wed Oct 10, 2018 3:10 pm

Ramaria stricta - Upright Coral - is just one of the hundreds of kinds of fungi found on our local Sheffield allotments - the variety of substrates is huge. I have established a "fungus garden" in a quiet corner of our allotment, composed of logs and sticks on a thick bed of woodchip. Sometimes I see more fungi on the allotments than I do on a walk through the Peak District - especially the green desert of the White Peak.
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Ramaria stricta and small brown mushrooms
Ramaria stricta and small brown mushrooms
The woody fungus garden
The woody fungus garden
A mobile phone photo with flash gets the detail but loses the colour
A mobile phone photo with flash gets the detail but loses the colour
HDR setting picks out the subtle colours which are important for Ramaria, very much so according to Corner
HDR setting picks out the subtle colours which are important for Ramaria, very much so according to Corner
Ramaria are fun to do chemistry with. K = potassium hydroxide, Fe = Iron (II) sulphate
Ramaria are fun to do chemistry with. K = potassium hydroxide, Fe = Iron (II) sulphate

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Re: Ramaria stricta

Post by mushroom mike » Thu Oct 11, 2018 6:04 pm

Nice collection, great idea of creating a fungi corner. Well impressed.

Steve
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Re: Ramaria stricta

Post by Steve » Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:39 pm

Thanks!

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