Thursday, October 20, 2011

Fungi at MacRitchie Reservoir Nature Trail




They are found on forest undergrowth, and some are on
dead tree trunks, like shown in the photo below:
The hardy black fungus, looks like "Ling Zhi"
The tiny fungi, like those sea shell, with bright brown color shown below, on a live tree trunk.


Another big mushroom found on undergrowth, it is white and looks like editable. :)

All photos taken during a walk along the MacRitchie Reservoir Nature Trail in Singapore.

2 comments:

Gallery Juana said...

mushrooms are mysterious! you've captured them well. The black one reminds me of rings I'd see in a tree trunk.

thank you for your comment on my blog.

Rambling Woods said...

What an interesting collection. Only the white one looks similar to the ones we have here..lovely photos.. Thank you for posting them to Nature Notes...Michelle