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    Orange coloured fungus

    Anyone knows the ID

    Orange coloured fungus

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    Re: Orange coloured fungus

    That looks like antennae from the short-snouted martian flupalupagus.

    Not to be confused with the short-snouted moravian flupalupagus. Their antennae are the same length-and can be mottled.

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    Re: Orange coloured fungus

    And perhaps a close cousin to this one-
    Orange coloured fungus

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    Re: Orange coloured fungus

    Gretchen, Robert thanks. Appreciate that

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    Re: Orange coloured fungus

    So.. fungus from Mars

    I like the contrast to the background Steven.

    What I don't like: the tilt, the crop. You could try a bit tighter crop while straighten the antennas and the "horizon".

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    Re: Orange coloured fungus

    Miltos, thanks for the thoughts.

    I did think of the straightening "horizon" but decided against it. The reason being it's on the curve of the log. If the horizon is straighten then the tiny fungus would tilt. Yes, it could do a bit of cropping.

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