Every day for a week now I’ve revisited my lucky fungi find to record it’s fate. The following seven photos reveal the story unfold, one daily photo of the same patch of Mycena interrupta.
While it’s been really interesting, to be honest it’s also a bit sad to witness. They start out so beautiful and fade away so quickly, providing only small window of opportunity to see them at their best. I was very lucky to stumble upon this patch when I did – but imagine what they would have looked like the previous day!
I expect like most fungi, the spores will spread and eventually regenerate when the conditions are right. You can see a few young one’s starting to come out and there’s another patch of young buds to the right out of frame that I’ve also been watching and shooting.
I’ll keep going back when I get the chance, but probably not daily. I have many other photos of them I took during the week – and a few other fungi finds and a surprise orchid – that I have yet to edit, so will post them as I can.
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