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Why all hashtags are grouped on 30?
  • 30 is the maximum number of hashtags that you can add at once in the description or in the comments to the post according to the rules of Instagram.
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  • The hashtags must be added at the moment of publication in Instagram or immediately after it, because the hashtag's feed is chronological. An easier explanation: the sooner you add hashtags after the post's publication, the more persons see your post in the feed of hashtags selected.
  • Instagram doesn't like when you use the same hashtags from post to post. Even if the theme of your posts remains the same, you can always choose different hashtags, because there are various elements in the photo. For example, if all your photos represent nature, the hashtags shouldn’t be only "nature", but could be also " sunset", "flower", "sky", "spring" etc.
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  • On Instagram the popularity of a particular hashtag is equal to the frequency of its use.
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    It follows from this that the popularity of a set of hashtags is the total number of posts of all hashtags included in the set.
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Top publications - popular hashtags fungi

  • Golden mushroom adventures! Has anyone ever seen these*

    #1, @_thecantankerousculinologist, 2018.08.03, ♥ 945

  • Look down!. One of my top 5 tips is to simply stop and look around and especially down by your feet. This was one of those times while walking out in the bush. Stopped to get my bearings looked around saw this log that I was going to walk over and found these mushrooms off to the side. Now I have no clue what type of mushrooms these are and if anyone out there has a guess as to what they are go for it. Camera Specs Canon 1D X Canon 16-35mm ISO 320 1/80 f/6.3

    #2, @drphotosca, 2018.09.26, ♥ 941

  • Calvatia gigantea- Czasznica olbrzymia(edible).

    #3, @grazyna.de, 2018.10.22, ♥ 672

  • Laetiporus sulphureus- żółciak siarkowy( edible).

    #4, @grazyna.de, 2018.10.21, ♥ 633

  • This is my first attempt at painting miniature people for my photography. This astronaut is 1:72 scale, it was made by Airfix in 1978. I placed the astronaut and his painted and unpainted friends beside a one cent coin, as a size comparison and posted it in my stories. I would also like to show you another photo with a cyclist 1:87, I took this using the other side of a sunflower, which I created as a landscape for this photo. Это моя первая попытка в раскраске миниатюр для моих фотографий. Масштаб астронавта 1:72, он был сделан компанией Airfix в 1978 году. Для того, чтобы показать насколько мала моя модель, я положила астронавта и его друзей рядом с одноцентовой монетой и опубликовала в своих сторис. Также в сторис я хочу показать другую фотографию с велосипедистом 1:87, которую я сделала, используя обратную сторону подсолнуха, из которого я создала ландшафт для этой серии фотографии.

    #5, @scifier, 2018.01.14, ♥ 613

  • Gyroporus cyanescens- piaskowiec modrzak.

    #6, @grazyna.de, 2018.10.17, ♥ 583

  • Small collage of my slimemolds lately.

    #7, @ericvanpeer, 2019.02.02, ♥ 558

  • Troskalknetje(Badhamia utricularis)

    #8, @ericvanpeer, 2019.01.28, ♥ 465

  • Leccinum scabrum- Koźlarz babka( edible).

    #9, @grazyna.de, 2018.10.16, ♥ 354

  • Plooivlieswaaiertje(Plicaturopsis crispa)

    #10, @ericvanpeer, 2019.01.26, ♥ 350

  • Imleria badia- Podgrzybek brunatny( edible).

    #11, @grazyna.de, 2018.10.16, ♥ 338

  • Dropdead Gorgeous Green! Green-edge Pinkgill Fungi The Green-edge Pinkgill(Entoloma sp.) is one of the very attractive fungi of the southwest WA. As seen in the 1st photo, these native fungi prefer sandy soil and often grow among moss and carnivorous plant Scented Sundews(Drosera sp.) on the forest floor. One of the noticeable features is the dimpled cap which can be up to 5 cm wide and the stem can be up to 6 cm tall. As seen in the 2nd photo, these fungi are dark green in the upper part but yellow nearer the base. Both photos were taken within the Brixton St Nature Reserve in Kenwick(City of Gosnells) home to over five dozen species of fungi.

    #12, @wnw_subas, 2018.02.05, ♥ 333

  • It feels good to be lost in the right direction.

    #13, @project____h, 2018.10.04, ♥ 317

  • Could these be more beautiful!.maybe up close and personal at. Search our center directory(link in bio!) for finca exotica to discover their upcoming experiences.

    #14, @nu_mundo, 2018.08.24, ♥ 297

  • If you want to keep alive in the jungle, you must live as the jungle does. 

    #15, @rrunnr, 2018.07.21, ♥ 293

  • Tough Cinnamon Fungi(featuring Bee Orchid and Blue Fairy Orchid) Australian terrestrial orchids maintain symbiotic relations with fungi species for germination and growth. Some of such relations are more obvious than others- as I have often observed that a few orchid species in the southwest usually appear around clusters of the Tough Cinnamon Fungi(Coltricia sp.). The Tough Cinnamon Fungi are leathery and have a dark brown stem with a cap of up to 5cm wide(as seen in the 2nd photo). These fungi magically erupt from the sandy soil, usually right after the heavy winter rain- and as they age, the whitish outer ring becomes more visible. The 1st photo shows the cluster of fungi next to the Bee Orchid(Diuris sp.)- a member of donkey orchids family. The 3rd photo shows another cluster next to the Blue Fairy Orchid(Pheladenia sp.) aka Bearded Orchid. Over the years, I have made a habit of geotagging/remembering the exact location of fungi early in the winter so that I can return to the same spot for photographing orchids later in the wildflower season These photographs were taken within the Brixton St Nature Reserve in Kenwick the City of Gosnells.

    #16, @wnw_subas, 2018.01.29, ♥ 285

  • Gewoon ijsvingertje(Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa)

    #17, @ericvanpeer, 2019.01.26, ♥ 282

  • Liquen Link in Bio.

    #18, @60milimetros, 2018.02.07, ♥ 277

  • I took my time and meandered along the trail that leads to the largest Sitka Spruce in the US. The tree is 500-750 years old and has a diameter of 17 feet! Wow! It s also impossible to properly photograph well. As I made my way back to the car, I spotted these twins nestled in a moss bed. Tiny and delicate, opposite of the massive tree, they will have to do.

    #19, @bcatchercarol, 2018.08.05, ♥ 266

  • Galaxies, among galaxies, among galaxies.

    #20, @questionablereality, 2018.02.27, ♥ 263

  • It s a small, small world.

    #21, @f1flash, 2018.07.21, ♥ 257

  • Bright and Colorful Fungi: Clarke s Pixie Caps and Scarlet Bracket! Fungi are often under-valued in terms of the role they play in maintaining ecosystems. Many native flora and fauna in Australia would struggle to survive without the presence of fungi e.g. as I have said in one of my earlier posts, several orchid species have symbiotic mycorrhizal partnerships with fungi. The 1st photo depicts two species of fungi purplish Clarke s Pixie Caps(Mycena sp.) and reddish Scarlet Bracket(Trametes sp.) growing on a dead Paperbark tree(Melaleuca sp.). The 2nd photo shows a close-up of the Scarlet Bracket Fungi taken during the golden hour. The 3rd photo shows the same cluster of Clarke s Pixie Caps(features a fly), a few days later however, notice that the fungi appear pink-brownish at this stage. These shots were taken within the Brixton St Nature Reserve in Kenwick(City of Gosnells), one of the most ecologically significant remnant urban nature in the Perth region and is home to over five dozen fungi species.

    #22, @wnw_subas, 2018.01.14, ♥ 255

  • A Curious Praying Mantis on Lilac Bracket Fungi! The Lilac Bracket Fungi(Rhodofomitopsis lilacinogilva) grow on dead wood, often on fallen trees in the Marri forest(1st photo). These fungi are highly variable in terms of shape and size, and brackets can be about a foot wide( 30 cm). The fruit bodies are tough and almost rubbery like(2nd photo) with orangish to lilac coloration. I have often observed stick insects such as Praying Mantis(Mantodea sp.) around large bracket fungi, probably because of the availability of prey species e.g. small insects. These shots were taken within the Brixton St Nature Reserve in Kenwick(City of Gosnells), one of the most ecologically significant remnant wetlands of the Perth region and is home to over five dozen fungi species.

    #23, @wnw_subas, 2018.01.20, ♥ 243

  • The Deceiver: Spectacularly-lit Cluster of Brick Red Laccaria Fungi The Brick Red Laccaria(Laccaria lateritia) belongs to Basidiomycetes i.e. mushrooms with gills. The reddish-brown color of these fungi gets spectacularly highlighted during the golden hour(as seen in the 1st photo). I have often observed a variety of insects including ants and spiders on these fungi, especially those growing on ant/termite mounds(as seen in the 2nd photo). This edible mushroom is commonly known as the deceiver because it not only looks like several other fungi species but also comes in different hues, colors, and sizes- hard to tell if it is poisonous or not Both photos were taken within the Brixton St Nature Reserve in Kenwick(City of Gosnells) home to over five dozen species of fungi.

    #24, @wnw_subas, 2018.02.08, ♥ 242

  • Mushroom growing in the wild. Just a few meters from the beach.

    #25, @ifnlovemushrooms, 2017.11.28, ♥ 237

  • The cutest mushrooms ever. No question.

    #26, @aurinna, 2018.03.27, ♥ 230

  • Sneeuwwit franjekelkje(Dasyscyphella nivea)

    #27, @ericvanpeer, 2019.01.26, ♥ 226

  • woow, wait for it! good morning guys. It s Friday, let s get loose and just be happy!.

    #28, @africavybez, 2018.05.25, ♥ 220

  • ! Good morning guys. Did I hear someone mention weight.

    #29, @africavybez, 2018.05.27, ♥ 218

  • I saw more than 30 kinds of mushrooms when backpacking last weekend. Here are a few.

    #30, @awrytersnapper, 2018.01.18, ♥ 196

  • Mushroom growing in the wild.

    #31, @ifnlovemushrooms, 2017.12.02, ♥ 194

  • Boletus pinophilus, a very rare mushroom on volcano Etna. Pine forest(Pinus nigra var. calabrica). August 31, 2018. Italy, Sicily region

    #32, @maurizio_capri, 2018.09.23, ♥ 191

  • Roodstelig netwatje(Arcyria ferruginea)

    #33, @ericvanpeer, 2019.02.03, ♥ 189

  • Paarse schijnridderzwam(Clitocybe nuda)

    #34, @ericvanpeer, 2019.01.22, ♥ 189

  • Suillellus mendax, a young specimen. This is a very similar species to Suillellus luridus. Oak forest(Quercus pubescens). August 2018. Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region.

    #35, @maurizio_capri, 2018.09.11, ♥ 184

  • Hydnum repandum, young specimens in symbiosis with hazel bushes(Corylus avellana). The Italian common name of this mushroom is Steccherino due to the presence of quills similar to toothpick. September 26, 2018. Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region.

    #36, @maurizio_capri, 2018.09.28, ♥ 179

  • Suillus luteus, young and small specimen. Pine forest(Pinus nigra var. calabrica). This mushroom(and other Suillus sp.) is commonly named Pinarolo in Italy. October 9, 2018. Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region.

    #37, @maurizio_capri, 2018.10.15, ♥ 175

  • fungus-

    #38, @arlev196, 2019.02.04, ♥ 175


    #39, @imagines.manent, 2018.06.03, ♥ 169

  • Please swipe A flashback to autumn in my garden!.

    #40, @peapod.pix, 2018.02.11, ♥ 163

  • Charging Up On Wild Fruit Snacks! Chokecherries In Copious Quantities Right Now In Calgary! Getting Charged Up In Nature Is Essential For Me To Be Able To Present My Fantastic Workshop For You Next Weekend: The Healing Powers Of Medicinal Mushrooms!(Link in Bio!). Because Mushroom Healing Is Intricate, involving All Parts Of Our Body s Systems! This Intricacy Is Mirrored In The Mushroom s Role In The Ecosystem!

    #41, @denismanzer, 2018.10.25, ♥ 155

  • Waaiertje(Schizophyllum commune)

    #42, @ericvanpeer, 2019.02.04, ♥ 155

  • Zwavelkopjes(Hypholoma fasciculare)

    #43, @ericvanpeer, 2019.02.05, ♥ 153

  • I saw this orange growing all over the burnt soil in our village. it was a pretty spectacular view and even more the closer we looked. After some research i think it s aleuria aurantia, an that apparently grows on disturbed soil i.e. soil that has been changed from its natural condition by excavation or other means(e.g.). I wonder if it plays an important role on the of the soil. Does anyone know

    #44, @mazurca.co, 2018.02.13, ♥ 148

  • Inedible yet mushroom. Next vlog is coming up next week Monday! Look out for SOAN S FARM.

    #45, @abhinavasinha, 2017.12.06, ♥ 143

  • Incredible, even slime mould on a tree can be beautiful!

    #46, @manugarrido1010, 2018.01.26, ♥ 142

  • Sometimes(often), people become stuck feeling comfortable in feeling uncomfortable.

    #47, @spiralandstone, 2019.01.16, ♥ 138

  • If we want to use forests as a weapon in the fight against climate change, then we must allow them to grow old, which is exactly what large conservation groups are asking us to do.

    #48, @jdbliss, 2018.09.23, ♥ 135

  • For my funguys and fungirls out there

    #49, @foodriseca, 2018.07.04, ♥ 130

  • It may be Galerina sp, among mosses and lichens. Pine forest(Pinus nigra var. calabrica). Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region. October 2018.

    #50, @maurizio_capri, 2018.10.10, ♥ 130

  • Inocybe sp, detail of the hat and other photos, oak forest(Quercus cerris). September 2018. Mountains Nebrodi. Italy, Sicily region.

    #51, @maurizio_capri, 2018.10.05, ♥ 128

  • Suillus luteus, a young specimen between the mosses and the volcanic sand. Pine forest(Pinus nigra var. calabrica). August 2018. Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region.

    #52, @maurizio_capri, 2018.09.15, ♥ 121

  • It s my thoughts alone that can cause me pain. Nothing outside of me can do that.

    #53, @spiralandstone, 2019.01.23, ♥ 121

  • Fungi creature.-

    #54, @katbenart, 2018.01.22, ♥ 119

  • Had so much fun doing this huge coverup on my girl Ali. She wanted to cover up a homemade purple skull from years ago with something nature themed. She s a total badass incase you haven t already figured that out- thanks again babe!

    #55, @db_atlas, 2018.01.19, ♥ 118

  • Two little orange mushrooms. It could be Rickenella fibula. Pine forest. October 2018. Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region.

    #56, @maurizio_capri, 2018.10.21, ♥ 118

  • Amanita citrina and Ruscus aculeatus(Fam. Asparagaceae). The epithet citrina is for the lemon yellow color. Forest with various trees(Quercus ilex, Quercus pubescens, Pinus nigra var. calabrica). October 2018. Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region.

    #57, @maurizio_capri, 2018.10.24, ♥ 108

  • The Delicious Puffball Mushroom! One Of The Easiest To Identify Edible Fungi! Just Make Sure It Is Pure White Inside!

    #58, @denismanzer, 2018.09.21, ♥ 108

  • Mycena sp.(it may be Mycena vulgaris), mushroom grown on pine needles. Pine forest(Pinus nigra var. calabrica). August 2018. Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region.

    #59, @maurizio_capri, 2018.09.15, ♥ 106

  • A small mushroom with gills between the mosses(hat diameter is 4 mm). It may be a young Laccaria sp. Forest with beech(Fagus sylvatica) and birch(Betula aetnensis). September 2018. Volcano Etna. Italy, Sicily region.

    #60, @maurizio_capri, 2018.09.11, ♥ 102

  • Saw this little light shining from a far. tiny little mushroom covered in dew

    #61, @manugarrido1010, 2018.02.06, ♥ 99

  • COMING THIS SUNDAY Mushroom Intelligence w/ Yarrow Willard! I Have The Honour To Be Giving A Mini-Presentation For You: Native Wild Alberta Mushrooms To Know w/ Denis Manzer A photographic journey into the majestic local wild Alberta forests where mushrooms, edible& medicinal, grow in profusion! Denis Manzer who has been foraging mushrooms here for many years will show you some of the key species that are good to know and easy to identify! Mushroom Intelligence: Exploring the Wood Wide Web: Sunday September 9th(link in bio)

    #62, @denismanzer, 2018.09.05, ♥ 95

  • Some fun.

    #63, @el__venado, 2017.09.27, ♥ 88

  • Found an amazing log with three different stages of Ceratiomixa fruticulosa s growth!(C. fructulosa var. fruticulosa, as there is also var. porioides). Нашла потрясающее бревно, на котором обитали стазу три цератомиксы кустарничковые в разных стадиях роста!(Существует еще цератомикса поровая, вид тот же, но выглядит совсем по-другому).

    #64, @selaginel.la, 2018.07.21, ♥ 83

  • W/ MYCELIAL INTELLIGENCE: EXPLORING THE WOOD WIDE WEB Journey beyond the spores and through the veils of Mushroom Consciousness, as we explore Planet Gaia s Myco-Warriors- the great edible and medicinal mushrooms. You will learn where and why Mushrooms show up and the role they play in the environment and how this function can cross over to your health. Imagine Logging-in to the wood-wide-web, which is a mycelial based Immune System and NeuroNetwork for the Earth that you can learn how to utilize for your own health and immune defences. There are so many benefits to medicinal mushrooms including helping fight candida which currently affects much of the modern world- discover how you can avoid this and many other modern maladies by utilizing the wisdom of the mushrooms. Break- featuring a delicious Wild Mushroom Lunch for you to enjoy. Taste several different varieties of some of the best culinary and medicinal mushrooms!

    #65, @denismanzer, 2018.09.06, ♥ 80

  • This alien s egg is a young Phallus impudicus, a very unusual fungus. Its name absolutely represents its appearance- very similar to this part of a man s body It grows really quickly from the egg(within couple of hours) and smells awful, attracting flies and other insects. Это яйцо чужого- молодая веселка. Очень необычный гриб, во взрослом состоянии напоминает определенную часть мужского тела(по латыни так и называется- Phallus) Он выстреливает из яйца очень быстро(вырастает за пару часов) и страшно воняет, привлекая мух. К сожалению, самих фаллосов мне увидеть не удалось, но зато расфигачила яйцо. Оно, к слову, не пахнет совсем.

    #66, @selaginel.la, 2018.08.03, ♥ 80

  • Funky Fungi. Nature has the best patterns.

    #67, @_alastair_dj, 2018.09.02, ♥ 77

  • Russula sp. A beautiful bright fungus which can be easily noticed and very unlikely misidentified. Сыроежка. Красивый и яркий гриб, который очень легко обнаружить и почти невозможно перепутать с другими грибами.

    #68, @selaginel.la, 2018.07.28, ♥ 75

  • Mushroom Village in the Oregon Rain Forest.

    #69, @juan.g.russo, 2018.01.17, ♥ 73

  • - The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.- John Muir(1838-1914)-

    #70, @hull_ster2890, 2018.10.31, ♥ 72

  • Pinecone. Mushroom. Mufasa lerl

    #71, @bobgnarleydude, 2016.07.21, ♥ 70

  • Happy to welcome my first homegrown from scratch. shrooms. Pleurotus ostreatus aka tree Oyster Mushrooms. I have worked so hard for these babies and their friends.

    #72, @fromsoil2sky, 2018.02.12, ♥ 68

  • Tremella mesenterica/ dacrymyces palmatus(). Very unusual shape, color and lustre!. Оранжевая дрожалка или дакримицес пальчатый(). Необычный гриб, выделяется и цветом, и формой, и глянцевым блеском. Очень завораживающе выглядит.

    #73, @selaginel.la, 2018.09.01, ♥ 68

  • Unlocking the secrets of the swamp. 1. Gouache painting 2. Pencils 3. Digital colour study

    #74, @p_duthie, 2018.02.04, ♥ 64

  • milky dew it s my 200th post here on IG! as I looked for an image catch to celebrate yesterday, I found these mushroom beauties growing outside my garage, and flourishing due to the recent warmth. they were covered in droplets of rain and seemed bioluminescent. and it hit me- I was so buried in the shit of my life when I started here. up to my neck in shit and going down for the last time. I also didn t know shit about photography when I started snapping images back in 2015. I just knew that I found something that lit me up; rich soil for my soul, and made me glow and grow. something that brought me back from the edge of the precipice.and still does. so thanks to all the new friends I ve made and I m excited to meet more of you this year! face to face and collaborations and burgers and beers and life!the new opportunities that are lining up this year are intimidating and exhilarating! like these mushrooms, I am blooming out of decay and despair. again.thanks for supporting me and encouraging me in my new art. You ve saved my life. Carla Lynne

    #75, @charmingcarlaxo, 2018.01.24, ♥ 64

  • Thelebolus terrestris. A super cute fungi that hangs out in Antarctica. I just wanted to represent the icy continent in some way:).

    #76, @tuesdaynyx, 2018.03.26, ♥ 64

  • Stockgrove Fungi

    #77, @paul.needham, 2017.07.24, ♥ 64

  • He was waiting as if the work he had come here to do were merely a pretext, the occasion for a surprise or an encounter he could not even imagine, but that had been waiting for him, patiently at the end of the world The Growing Stone, By Albert Camus for series of of and

    #78, @ziebotron, 2018.03.27, ♥ 63

  • It s almost hunting time!.

    #79, @christinemartin_art_6790, 2018.03.21, ♥ 63

  • Some more Michigan mushrooms

    #80, @el__venado, 2017.09.29, ♥ 61

  • I m back! Let me show you some curious biological creatures from Bulgaria, beginning with this stunning fungus- rooting bolete(Caloboletus radicans). When you cut it, it immediately turns blue! Isn t it amazing By the way, it s not edible because of very bitter taste. Я вернулась!) Буду выкладывать фото всяких-разных биологических объектов, запечатленных в Болгарии. И начнем вот с этого прикольного гриба- это коренастый боровик(Caloboletus radicans). Он мгновенно синеет при надрезе, круто, правда Кстати, несмотря на аппетитный внешний вид и принадлежность к боровикам, есть его нельзя- слишком горький. Но красавчик.

    #81, @selaginel.la, 2018.08.29, ♥ 60

  • A on from last year s module on bacterial and fungal-

    #82, @pharmnfun, 2018.10.14, ♥ 59

  • I ve had nothing less than Monumental Moments with this Devine Fungi

    #83, @longlivethefamily, 2017.07.12, ♥ 57

  • Evening Signs of love are everywhere Day 14 love Have a good evening

    #84, @kralcaj, 2018.02.15, ♥ 56

  • Working on some elements from my popsurrealism

    #85, @ziebotron, 2018.03.26, ♥ 56

  • Fun day hunting mushrooms with

    #86, @zachbyzach, 2018.01.12, ♥ 55

  • Make Room For Mushroom

    #87, @ainiesianglee, 2018.03.20, ♥ 52

  • Autumn has started in the Netherlands. This is the time to search for mushrooms.

    #88, @hans_lunenburg, 2018.10.21, ♥ 52

  • The more the merrier! Awesome!

    #89, @ainiesianglee, 2018.03.21, ♥ 51

  • Kauaʻi Fungi- poisonous and edible varieties Flip through pictures to see all the varieties. Never eat anything unless you are 100 sure of your identification!

    #90, @kauaihikingtours, 2018.04.03, ♥ 48

  • As my holidays come to an end I have not been idle instead busy shrooming that is growing mycelium(roots of fungi). Pictured here is my lab set up. I did notice a stray wheat seed in my shower had sprouted today, ooops.

    #91, @fromsoil2sky, 2018.01.28, ♥ 46

  • Big Fungi family

    #92, @marri.lu, 2018.10.23, ♥ 46

  • Up, up, and away.

    #93, @thelunarsheep, 2018.10.28, ♥ 46

  • Towards the sun

    #94, @ainiesianglee, 2018.03.21, ♥ 44

  • Why did the mushroom get invited to the party Because he s a fungi of course!- Featured in this picture is Orange Jelly Fungus; a brain like fungus that grows on dead conifer trees. Like many other fungi, it is edible, but only when prepared correctly(must be boiled/steamed). It s sometimes called Witches Butter because of it s edible property and fun, jelly like texture.*Please never eat any fungus unless you re 150 you have the correct ID*- I m so excited about this post. It might not seem cool to most people, but through this new instagram account, I m also able to learn about new species and fun facts I never knew. I ve had limited exposure to fungi, but I ve always wanted to learn more about them, their ecology and their uses. Not only is this account an opportunity to share, but it s also been an opportunity for personal development and that makes me sooo happy! I hope you guys enjoy this account as much as I do- and if not, at least I m happy!-

    #95, @wildlikesecrets, 2018.01.13, ♥ 43

  • Autumn!

    #96, @hans_lunenburg, 2018.10.25, ♥ 43

  • Mushroom on water s edge.

    #97, @reinhartfuchs, 2018.02.03, ♥ 41

  • Well I m feeling nervous  Now I find myself alone  The simple life s no longer there  Once I was so sure  Now the doubt inside my mind  Comes and goes but leads nowhere

    #98, @henny.foto, 2017.10.23, ♥ 40

  • Muscles and feminity

    #99, @mag_bodyfit, 2018.08.08, ♥ 40

  • In my happy place

    #100, @k8.sunshine.ebner, 2018.02.16, ♥ 38

  • Mushroom emerging.

    #101, @reinhartfuchs, 2018.02.05, ♥ 37

  • This is not a drawing that I did, unfortunately. This is a vintage print given to me as a Christmas present, by my son!- Isn t it beautiful The mushroom is called a Sweet-Scented Agarie. This was first published in London in 1847 by Reeve Brothers in a book titled Illustrations of British Mycology by Anna Maria Hussey who lived from 1805 to 1853. Mrs. Hussey was a British mycologist, author and illustrator who published the definitive work on British fungi, mushrooms and toadstools.

    #102, @barbeybotanicals, 2018.01.11, ♥ 37

  • Risotto today.

    #103, @alex7.70, 2019.02.07, ♥ 37

  • In search of some edible fungi this weekend, we found this jackpot! What s it called

    #104, @samdswan, 2017.12.04, ♥ 36

  • Waw, they did comes out just like

    #105, @ainiesianglee, 2018.03.21, ♥ 36

  • Cortinarius spp.

    #106, @miedzydrzewami, 2018.10.20, ♥ 31

  • The fungus among us! All new Morchella shirts now available at www.smashvintage.com/Beery 10 off with code: DOPE10. For all the foragers and mycophiles!

    #107, @beerymethod, 2017.12.20, ♥ 30

  • Happy Valentines Day everyone. Meet my baby oyster mushrooms.

    #108, @fromsoil2sky, 2018.02.14, ♥ 30


    #109, @k8.sunshine.ebner, 2018.02.15, ♥ 29

  • Just picked a bunch of mushrooms in the front yard to spore print and identify.

    #110, @samdswan, 2017.11.20, ♥ 29

  • Hope you re having a good day!

    #111, @happylittle.soul, 2018.03.06, ♥ 28

  • Another crazy mushroom we found in our front yard.

    #112, @samdswan, 2017.12.13, ♥ 27

  • Lycoperdon perlatum

    #113, @miedzydrzewami, 2018.10.21, ♥ 24

  • Fresh pickins on my hike

    #114, @stengah311, 2017.12.21, ♥ 23

  • .all these emotions

    #115, @bex_shep, 2018.06.17, ♥ 23

  • Well. not the biggest haul but the season ain t over yet! Now. how can I fill it out

    #116, @varshapravinsih, 2019.05.11, ♥ 23

  • The problem with fungi is that you almost never know for sure if you can eat it

    #117, @henny.foto, 2017.10.21, ♥ 20

  • Awesome little spore machine.

    #118, @rafal_maliszewski_, 2018.10.11, ♥ 20

  • Ramaria

    #119, @miedzydrzewami, 2018.10.09, ♥ 12

  • Fungi! Cool illustrations found on greeting card. you

    #120, @sunrai_artistry, 2018.06.11, ♥ 7

  • it s not what you think. unless you think it s a blue foot mushroom. then you d be right. or is chef messing with people tonight lol jk it s a blue foot mushroom.

    #121, @redeyz, 2018.03.04, ♥ 6

  • Water color mushroom by

    #122, @artistically_awakened, 2017.03.18, ♥

  • The mushrooms are back.

    #123, @bethinieta, 2017.08.09, ♥

  • Interesting fungus

    #124, @nataliecatlee, 2017.11.03, ♥

  • Love a bit of fungi

    #125, @karenhartcolvin, 2017.12.27, ♥

  • Mushroom Bokeh.

    #126, @phascination_photography, 2017.11.03, ♥

  • Fungi

    #127, @lemoniejules, 2017.11.02, ♥

  • I hope it is the right classification Agaricomycetes Auriculariales Auricularia A. fuscosuccinea 28-3-2016

    #128, @fatima_khalifah, 2017.12.13, ♥

  • And again 30-11-2017

    #129, @fatima_khalifah, 2017.11.30, ♥

  • Quorn& mycoprotein- the GOOD& the BAD- Part 3/3. SWIPE through photos provided because- hear this- you won t find any of the nutritional values of mycoprotein on the actual packaging nor on Quorn s website. Interestingly enough it has its own page(which I stumbled on by accident), mycoprotein.com. Don t know about you but when I buy beef patties, I don t expect the main ingredient to have a website Or buy crisps and then go to www.potato.com to find out what my food has been made of. In an attempt to show transparency they have provided proofs of studies and all health benefits of mycoprotein on the website. Ironically, two of the studies available to read on cholesterol had been conducted on 22 and 21 persons respectively. The only published study on satiety had 13 participants. These results are unreliable and have a very large margin of error(-31). For a study to be reliable and to apply to the general public, it is necessary to have AT LEAST 500-1000 participants for a 0.045-0.032 margin of error. Anything under a 100 participants(which is the standard amount of participants for most of your small gym and short term food studies- yes, it s shocking!) is more of an experiment.(Hey, I didn t do my 7 day diet and call it a study for crying out loud!). At the end of the day you ll have to make up your own mind about Quorn. Seemingly healthy but at what cost Definitely not for those with fungi/mould allergies. For everyone else- everything in moderation I guess. Always look into anything that doesn t make sense or seems suspicious! I would definitely look into the fusarium venenatum/graminearum situation as I m pretty sure the latter is toxic. I ve also just discovered that mycoprotein needs to be purified because ammonia is used in the production. Do you remember zero calorie noodles Covered in calcium hydroxide and simply need to be soaked before eating. Yes, go and google that right now. What s your take on all this Leave a comment!

    #130, @raheltheamazon, 2017.12.12, ♥

  • Continuing on my recent mushroom fetish, I brewed an adaptogenic tonic I got from Avalon Herbal Clinic It included: reishi, maitake, shiitake, astragalus and codonopsis. It tasted. odd

    #131, @rustikhealth, 2018.01.04, ♥

  • I m a fungi!

    #132, @viv_ee, 2017.07.24, ♥

  • Forest Fungus

    #133, @whoman.being, 2017.12.19, ♥

  • Cute pair of

    #134, @blondefish, 2017.08.21, ♥

  • The toadstools are aligned.

    #135, @silverlode, 2017.09.03, ♥

  • Spent some time yesterday in the Finnish forests.

    #136, @silverlode, 2017.09.03, ♥

  • Pretty stoked. went to Vitamin Shoppe after listening to mycologist Paul Stamets to see what kind of mushroom supplements they have, and they actually carry Stamets s own brand. This one had all the mushrooms I was looking for and then some. I went with the liquid extract. It is all organic domestically grown and includes: Royal Sun Blazei, Cordyceps, Reishi, Maitaki, Lion s Main, Chaga, and Mesima,

    #137, @clevelandtabla, 2017.11.15, ♥

  • My oysters are fruiting!

    #138, @buildaplasticbox, 2017.05.23, ♥

  • January fungi is still lovely, especially when you know it s still communicating underground

    #139, @buildaplasticbox, 2017.01.05, ♥

  • Day off with my beloved We went to our water reservoir Přehrada, where we took a ship to Veveří castle and then walked all the way back. It was such a lovely day and finally a bit of sunshine in our working days. 3

    #140, @kee.hayatella, 2017.09.30, ♥

  • Have I mentioned how much I love looking at mushrooms.

    #141, @doodlephlox, 2018.01.10, ♥

  • Deep in the woods, magic creatures appear. Image description: a mushroom girl enamel pin with moss. pins

    #142, @gildedcreaturesart, 2018.01.20, ♥

  • Loved looking at High School Art Piece. I LOVED the mushroom piece the best of course. Way to go!

    #143, @tappabearz, 2017.11.22, ♥

  • Bosque de maple:)

    #144, @daniela_licia, 2017.10.03, ♥

  • More friends in the garden. It s a rainy day, bit great for mushroomspotting. More of this Just follow.

    #145, @wildlifediwi, 2018.02.02, ♥

  • Beautifull green Friend. More of this Just follow.

    #146, @wildlifediwi, 2018.02.02, ♥

  • Just watched my Insta and these mushrooms passed by. I found them too.

    #147, @wildlifediwi, 2018.01.29, ♥

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