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Old Nov 13, 2005, 4:42 PM   #1
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Two weeks in the aerial life of fly agerics - the most colourful mushroom in Germany
FZ5, 1*zoom, small tripod

The "birth" of a fly ageric
- click on thumbs, all pictures can be enlarged to 700X525 in separate windows -
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Growing up
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Prolongation
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Full size
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And here it is the Ageric Fly
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My home: old cemetary
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There is poison, but not enough!
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Ageing
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This is the end of a short colourful life
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If you need more pictures: http://sgsg.zoto.com/galleries/gflyagaric

Thanks for looking

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Old Nov 13, 2005, 5:52 PM   #2
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Sven, You should publish a book on mushrooms! I have never seen so many different kinds and the colors and details are great! Jim
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Old Nov 13, 2005, 6:43 PM   #3
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thanks Jim,
fly on grass level and use the mirror trick!
The last two weeks I needed not a single close up lens.
This is strange, but mushrooms don't move (at least these ones).
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Excellent 4, 9, 10, 12, 18 very good. Trippy or deadly, can't remember?
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trippy in some regions of North America, deadly in Germany!
.... but I have not tested this yet.

This "deadly" aspect is quite interesting, the mushroom itself will not kill us. With a special preparation these mushrooms were eaten around Hamburg in ancient times.

But a wrong medication (against death cap - Amanita phalloides) ended the life of some mushroom fans.

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