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    Plant ID please.

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    snap shot of a very unusual "mushroom" during one of my "forest" walk shooting birds.

    does anyone know what it is ?

    thanks

    Last edited by mervin; 20th Jan 2006 at 23:34.

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    Mushroom wearing skirt? Mushroom with white wedding dress?

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    OMG!! are those fruit flies!!! i must go read up on this mushroom!!!

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    Looks like someone dropped his/her umbrella during the trail!!!
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    shouldn't those be mushroom flies then?? hehe

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    these are all male flies, as they are all chionging the "skirt".
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    hexazona crumenatum Galleria Botanica

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    got its ID from another site and its suppose to be a Veiled Stinkhorn or Netted Stinkhorn (Dictyophora duplicata)

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    Sarawak also got this mushroom. Nice!!!
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    thanks..now i can start my search!!

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    I thought I saw ants on them instead of fruit flies.

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    ants at the bottom (stem area) and some kind of flies on its "lace spread"

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    i think they look like Drosophila..or at least Drosophilidae... but not sure leh.. anyway a lot of flies are attracted to this.. not only this family or genus

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    hubby walk past, and he thought it was some kinda of fishing net

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