|Winter Fungus, Polyporus brumalis|
|Tremella mesenterica var. alba|
Also very pleased to come across the white version of Yellow Brain Fungus, Tremella mesenterica var. alba, growing on a gorse branch. Only a small piece but still large enough to tick a box and add to my photo collection.
How does one go about taking spores from a species like Tremella?
Also came across this the other day, which I thought was quite interesting and attractive. Some unknown fungus has attacked the centre of this piece of sawn oak. You can see the mycellium spreading out, devouring all the cellulose from the wood and leaving behind the brown lignin which has become soft and watery. In case your interested the formula for lignin is: