Is there a closer relation between this Stemonitis (quite decayed sporanglia) growing on (through?) Stereum complicatum?
Dat.: Jan. 27. 2009
Lat.: 46.33438 Long.: 13.53073
Habitat: Mixed hardwood woodland, cretaceous clastic rock, mostly shade, altitude 440 m (1.400 feet), rain protected by trees canopies, precipitations ~3.000 mm/year, average temperature 8-10 deg C, alpine phytogeographical region.
Substratum: Quercus sp. bark of branches of a fallen tree, partly decayed and/or (?) Stereum complicatum.
Place: West of Bovec, near the trail to Pluzna village, East Julian Alps, Posocje, Slovenia EC
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Nikon D70 / Nikorr Micro 105mm/f2.8
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So, the purest accident! And it ‘settled’ just at the center of the fungi. Thank you for your comment as always.
then crawl onto some available surface to produce their fruit bodies. I have seen them use other types of hard, woodrotting mushrooms before as a fruiting surface, but it is probably just random or ones in proximity to their feeding grounds.
nice photos BTW; thanks so much for sharing your corner of the myco-world.
Created: 2009-02-06 08:29:27 CST (-0500)
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