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Photography of the last week of November, 2012

Life and death of some mushrooms

 

 

Small glass mushroom - © Norbert Pousseur

... mushroom such of the delicate glass ready to break ...       Photographie Norbert Pousseur


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le de France - 2002 - Num 3 Mpx - dscn6164 - series Photo of the week


 

The mushrooms which spread out under our eyes in forests or the meadows are often a show of life and death.
Life of their colors which goes from the black to the lively red, by way of the blue and the green, but also fast disappearance which makes that a few days later remain only the grass and the moss.

Thus, at the end of season aurtomne the mushroom called hairy inky cap (Coprinus comatus) points his head as soon as moisture is sufficient, and returns to earth in black puddle in 2 or 3 days ago.

In the same period we can meet at the corner of Provence trails that other weird fungus that is probably related to the family of puffball.

However while puffballs are quickly transformed there a kind of pear throwing(launching) the black powder of its spores, leaving only a kind of mat grey egg in skin, having been a beautiful white ball, here we have a body structured by wrinkled flesh. If somebody the year knows the name, thank you for indicating it to me !

Small show of life translates in these few views below.

 

 

You will find, in the French version of this page, two articles resulting from former dictionaries.
One of the 1689 and other one of the 1839

 


Photography of the week 48 of 2012

 

General presentation   The same in french : Vie et mort de champignons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


This view of hat of hairy inky cap at the end of life,
can be enlarged in this frame until 70 % of its real size of recording, by using the function zoom

 

 

 


 

Hat of hairy inky - © Norbert Pousseur

... hairy inky cap which curls up on itself...       Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Provence - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d2_1962 - series Photo of the week


 

Ink tears of hairy inky cap - © Norbert Pousseur

... no more this inky cap than ink tear stays ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Provence - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d2_1952 - series Photo of the week


 

Heart of red puffball - © Norbert Pousseur

... enigmatic red puffball on red ground ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Provence - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d2_1835 - series Photo of the week


 

Mushroom red egg - © Norbert Pousseur

... red puffball such an egg of color ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Provence - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d2_1842 - series Photo of the week


 


... strange convolutions, to see enlarged ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Provence - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d2_1865 - series Photo of the week


 

Cutting of red mushroom - © Norbert Pousseur

... the same mushroom in section, with its short root ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Provence - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d2_1860 - series Photo of the week


 

Corpse of red mushroom - © Norbert Pousseur

... intermediate stage of decomposition ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Provence - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d2_1869 - series Photo of the week


 

Strands of red mushroom - © Norbert Pousseur

... dragonfly stuck, torn by the war of a wall of city ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Provence - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d2_1870 - series Photo of the week


 

Corpses of black mushrooms - © Norbert Pousseur

... mushrooms becoming again ground of forest ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur


Vallorcine - 1996 - Neg 6x6I - n120a96p016v10 - series Photo of the week


 

 

 

 

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