Black, 8 cm long or so, up to 1 cm wide. Was found growing on a well rotting sycamore branch in a mixed broad leafed wood.
Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!
Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Ben. Lots of people are leaving the IMG number as Titles of Postings.
Did you know that Google Images often shows iSpot pictures but they are captured by the title (I think)? I also notice that Other Observations (in iSpot) seem sometimes to be gathered not from the ID but the Title.
You can change titles easily through Edit - I did all my early ones to good effect.
So if I named them as the fungi this would protect my images? I am no computer wizz, But I can rename them for sure! Thanks ben
No, it would protect your images - you are right.
I find it a pleasure to be asked for reproductive rights and have rarely had an issue.
If you now look in Google Images for 'Dead Moll's Fingers' you will see several iSpot ones; there is no serious risk of 'theft' but there is a chance that your pics will be seen by a lot of people and WILL be used in amateur research.
This is a good thing, thanks for pointing this out to me, all done now, look forward to seeing one of mine on google one day, or another ispot member , thanks again. Ben
You are already there.
Your Dead Moll's Fingers is there already.
Type st georges day mushroom into Google Images. Cool eh - well done then!
These then -
IMG00900-20130604-1553 - Caterpillars in a tent
IMG00820-20130318-1112 - Splitgill Fungi
IMG00597-20121114-2211 - Lepista nuda
I think the first two will make Google the same day.
NOT everyone likes their pics in Search Engines. Indeed I have a few MISidentified ones in Google images!
Good luck then.
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