This mushroom has so many beautiful and intricate patterns.
I haven’t looked at anything under the microscope for quite a while. I decided today was the day! (Click on the galleries to enlarge the photos.)
Underneath the Cap (Gills):
Cutting Open the Cap:
Yesterday I found this big mushroom in the Greenbelt. It was more than six inches across.
The edge of the top:
Taking a photo of something I couldn’t see was tricky. The underneath part of the cap, also called gills, isn’t as clear as I would have liked but the view is right:
The next two photos show the stalk and the ring around the stalk:
And finally, the base:
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