Notes: Mushrooms and all life forms are protected in the Galapagos so it was not possible to get a spore print, and you are always under the watchful eyes of your naturalist guide.
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so it is. nicely done, Rocky.
James, I don’t suppose you have any more photos of Ecuadorian fungi, by chance, do you? If so, I heartily hope they make their way here.
Look closely above and to the left of the upper zig-zag and there are faintly visable strands of web from the cap to wood. Took the pic in a rush to catch up with group I was hiking with and didn’t notice the web till looking at my pics much later.
Looks like the web of Argiope aurantia
what are those zigzags in the middle of photo three?
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