Nature Walk; October 5,2022

For this nature walk, I went to the Hammond Pond Reservation located about 2 miles off campus. The area was quite large and contained a lot of uncultivated wildlife. The weather was cloudy and rainy, and the temperature was mild (around 57 degrees), so the conditions weren't the best. Within some of the plants, but mainly on fallen tree trunks, I noticed some mushrooms and fungi. They fungi varied in color and size, and were higher up on trees, but also lower on the ground. The brighter colors were much more visible, but with a bit of searching I was able to find some of the smaller, more neutral colored mushrooms.

Publicado por effiepaleo effiepaleo, 05 de octubre de 2022

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Hongos Bonete (Género Mycena)

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effiepaleo

Fecha

Octubre 5, 2022 04:51 PM EDT

Descripción

Small, individual mushrooms, light brown and white

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effiepaleo

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Octubre 5, 2022 04:54 PM EDT

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Small yellow spikes protruding for a fallen tree

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effiepaleo

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Octubre 5, 2022 05:03 PM EDT

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Small orange fan shaped fungi

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Rúsulas (Género Russula)

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effiepaleo

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Octubre 5, 2022 05:10 PM EDT

Descripción

Medium size reddish umbrella with a white stem

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effiepaleo

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Octubre 5, 2022 05:19 PM EDT

Descripción

Deep yellow/orange color, in groups, larger size

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