Wednesday, January 2, 2008
This is a picture I took of a decomposing log when I went hiking at Country Lane Woods last week. The green caught my eye right away. I didn't realize that despite the cool temps, moss can still thrive. I think these are a type of polypore mushrooms (growing off of wood) I don't know exactly which kind but I've seen them before. I've seen them many times before but they were brown. These mushrooms have green in them. Does it have to do with the moss? Are they taking on the color of the moss? Very strange. This is a question for supermushroom-man or woman! Unfortunately that's not me.
Very interesting web site on mushrooms: David Fischer's American Mushrooms
Very interesting posts on mushrooms: Winterwoman's A Passion for Nature
Go shrooming around!