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Thanks Shonnie. Best wishes to you and your family for the coming year.
Same to you. Same to you. 🙂
That’s a crazy fungus! Merry Christmas to you too Rick.
Rick, truly amazing! I don’t know where you fine these natural wonders. I never see these things when I’m digging around in the forest duff. Dang! All I ever find is earth worms and dung beetles. Guess I’ll just have to look harder. I just want to know who, or perhaps what organism or mythic being decorated these tiny fungal fruiting structures in such a festive manner.– a wood nymph perchance? Hmmm? I’ll bet The NSA would probably know…
Nicley done… Merry Christmas
Many people would have a hard time living on the western half of Washington State. The amount of rain itself is too much for some. But there are many advantages as well. A trek though the woods, even in winter, can reveal thick carpets of moss, an infinite variety of lichens as well as many types of fungi. And if you look hard enough, you might even find a candle-snuff fungus decorated for the season.
LOL! and Merry Christmas backatcha!
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