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Untitled Photo sent on September 16, 2011 (15:36) by Panleo1. 7 comments, 702 views.

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Lycoperdon perlatum - Canon 50D - Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM A 84mm t1/60 a f6.3 iso400 #Funghi





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sent on October 03, 2011 (23:16) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Lycoperdon perlatum

avatarsenior
sent on January 16, 2014 (14:10) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

This is definitely not L. perlatum ... It seems to me rather a L. cf. umbrinum :)

avatarsupporter
sent on January 23, 2014 (12:34) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello and thanks for the lift, I'm sorry to contradict you but it's just a Lycoperdon perlatum in a state of maturation
[URL =] www.funghiitaliani.it/index.php?showtopic=15214

avatarsenior
sent on January 23, 2014 (12:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

We call it commonly Vescia.
Hello

avatarsenior
sent on January 23, 2014 (12:55) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Panleo, to me you could call it as you see fit better, but I assure you (and I'll put it also in writing) that the specimen photographed by you is ABSOLUTELY Lycoperdon perlatum that even when in an advanced state of maturation, presents a carefully different from those of your model.

The link I've posted I know him very well, having helped myself to its realization. I am a member of the Board of Directors and the Scientific Committee of amint (or if you prefer funghiitaliani) :-) :-)

Greetings.
Felix. ;-)

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sent on January 23, 2014 (15:49) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Well, I accept willingly the reply and I say this without controversy, at this point, however, given your knowledge of the way of mushrooms and amint site, which I was a member for a long time, would you help me in the determination of this specimen?
Thank you, hello.

avatarsenior
sent on January 23, 2014 (16:24) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Have you been member for a long time? What is your name ... maybe we know each other (even in MP if you prefer). With regard to the recognition of the species you posted, as I already mentioned should be of Lycoperdon umbrinum ... although in order to have greater certainty should have the fungus in his hands, dissect ... how well you know yourself is not always possible to give a plausible name for a picture.
At this point I wonder ... if you're not sure then why it can not be L. perlatum?
Because the species you photographed presents ... (Pass me the word unorthodox but that, perhaps, explains the concept better) ... a sort of fuzz on its surface ... and not very obvious and the most massive pyramid-shaped warts that must necessarily have L. perlatum. And even when the fungus has now completed its life cycle and the warts are desolateor ... the surface has "holes" ... never the "fluff" that has the mushroom photographed by you.

Felix. ;-)




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