Tiny red fungus cluster

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    Bryan Garnett Photography, kuteram, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Stinking Bishop [deleted] 37 months ago | reply

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    2. kjbeath 37 months ago | reply

      These are a Marasmius sp. possibly Marasmius aff. haematocephala. That is a nice group.

    3. ZOOMIN7 37 months ago | reply

      Es increible la variedad de hongos que existen dependiendo de cada region del mundo. son tan bellos!!

    4. Sgiaffa 37 months ago | reply

      Beautiful!

    5. Bryan Garnett Photography 37 months ago | reply

      Beautiful capture, very well seen.

    6. kuteram 37 months ago | reply

      Australian mushrooms are so strange,beautiful and interesting,Kuki,Serbia,Europa.
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    8. South Devon Pixie 37 months ago | reply

      These are so awsome.=)

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