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Yellow stagshorn cluster, Heeswijk-Dinther forest, Netherlands Growing on the stump of a pine tree. I did not have my macro lens with me, so I had to crop significantly. <br />
They look like coral fungi (the dutch name &quot;Kleverig koraalzwammetje&quot; even names it so), yet is not related to them. Autumn,Calocera viscosa,Europe,Fall,Heeswijk-Dinther,Netherlands,World,Yellow stagshorn Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Yellow stagshorn cluster, Heeswijk-Dinther forest, Netherlands

Growing on the stump of a pine tree. I did not have my macro lens with me, so I had to crop significantly.
They look like coral fungi (the dutch name "Kleverig koraalzwammetje" even names it so), yet is not related to them.

    comments (4)

  1. I hate when I don't have the right lens on hand! :D I almost always have a macro lens, but sometimes I want to get broader shots!

    This is absolutely beautiful! I think you have captured it wonderfully despite your lens situation!
    Posted 3 years ago
    1. Thank you, Lisa. One reason I carry is so much is because every time I don't, I miss out on a lens :) Yet if I do carry it, it's not needed. Probably all in my head. Posted 3 years ago
  2. Pretty signs of the Fall! Posted 2 years ago
    1. Yes, but please know that this photo is from 3 years ago, I think somebody repromoted it :) Posted 2 years ago

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''Calocera viscosa'', commonly known as the yellow stagshorn, is a jelly fungus, a member of the Dacrymycetales, an order of fungi characterized by their unique "tuning fork" basidia.

Similar species: Dacrymycetales
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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By Ferdy Christant

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Uploaded Nov 20, 2016. Captured Nov 19, 2016 09:04.
  • NIKON D810
  • f/2.8
  • 1/40s
  • ISO800
  • 85mm