2nd Nature Walk Fungi

For the second nature walk, my friend and I went to Hammond Pond Reservation which is around 5 minutes from campus at around 4:45. It had rained earlier in the day and was slightly drizzling at the time we walked. It was more woodsy than the area where I walked for the first walk and it felt more in nature. I was honestly shocked that there were so many different examples of fungi in this area as well as the fact that it did not take much to find the different types. I also was shocked at how different they all appeared, showing a great deal of alpha diversity as it was all one area. A common denominator in most all the fungi I observed was they were found on logs or fallen trees. I assume that these conditions are good for breeding all different types of fungi and not just one.

Publicado por emilywolford emilywolford, 05 de octubre de 2022

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Octubre 5, 2022 04:48 PM EDT

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This fungi was all along a log in the middle of the path

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Hongos Bonete (Género Mycena)

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Octubre 5, 2022 04:50 PM EDT

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These were lined up in a line on a log

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Octubre 5, 2022 04:55 PM EDT

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Seta de Los Conos de Pino (Baeospora myosura)

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Octubre 5, 2022 05:06 PM EDT

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Octubre 5, 2022 05:18 PM EDT

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Políporo Laberíntico (Cerrena unicolor)

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Octubre 5, 2022 05:08 PM EDT

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