Bush Fungi Stuff

BIGCOL

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I know that one, it's called Hugous Giganticous, commonly called "Big Bugger Mushy That One":D:eek:;)

That would be a ripper to see, thanks for showing us.

Col.
 

BIGCOL

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Sorry all, it wasn't going through so I tried a couple of times, thought the word bugger may have caused problems.
Col.
 
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BIGCOL

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I know that one, it's called Hugous Giganticous, commonly called "Big Mother Mushy That One":D:eek:;)

That would be a ripper to see, thanks for showing us.

Col.
 

BIGCOL

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I know that one, it's called Hugous Giganticous, commonly called "Big Mother Mushy That One":D:eek:;)

That would be a ripper to see, thanks for showing us.

Col.
 

BIGCOL

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My wife loves to take pics of fungi too most of these are in Tassie or the Pyranees.[/QUOTE]

Some lovely photos Fuzzy, don't mean to be a stickler but that first photo is a plant, a type of Drosera (insect eating/devouring) plant.
Nice pic though.

Col.
 

Spooner

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Great stuff Col,
We have zip to show for our efforts at the moment , wrong area to live for other than basic garden fungi :(
 

BIGCOL

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Thanks Rick,
You guy's have inspired me to keep my eyes peeled, it's amazing what you see sometimes and I now try to go to places that may be productive. It has been a bit dry, I hope to one day see some of the more colourful ones that you and Jean have shown.
Cheers,
Col.
 

Spooner

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Thanks Rick,
You guy's have inspired me to keep my eyes peeled, it's amazing what you see sometimes and I now try to go to places that may be productive. It has been a bit dry, I hope to one day see some of the more colourful ones that you and Jean have shown.
Cheers,
Col.
If you get a chance take a short drive up to the Cathedral Ranges area , its normally very productive this time of year ;)
 
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