Hare’s Foot Inkcap

Coprinopsis lagopus – popping up form a heap of wood chippings in town. These fruiting bodies (aka: mushrooms) last only a few hours before dissolving into a black ink. The vague resemblance of the young fruit body to the paw of a white rabbit has apparently earned this species it’s common name. Anyway, eye-catching.

  • Aperture: ƒ/1.8
  • Camera: iPhone 8
  • Taken: 3 September, 2020
  • Focal length: 3.99mm
  • ISO: 20
  • Shutter speed: 1/287s

By |2020-09-03T15:52:17-04:00September 8th, 2020|Baie-D'Urfe, fungi|0 Comments

“What happened … !!!”

Bleeding Fairy Helmets

On a bit of a fungus  thing at the moment – spent a happy couple of hours in the Arboretum with 25+ species of fungi waving their reproductive organs at us. These are very small and delicate and we just love the common name.

  • Aperture: ƒ/4
  • Camera: DSC-RX10M3
  • Taken: 12 August, 2020
  • Exposure bias: -3/10EV
  • Focal length: 212.77mm
  • ISO: 1600
  • Shutter speed: 1/160s

By |2020-08-12T15:11:53-04:00August 15th, 2020|amphibians, fungi|0 Comments
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