closed ink caps

This is a fungi photo called "closed ink caps". It is featured in the image gallery called "Common Ink Cap". This gallery and many others can be found in the Fungi section(s) of the Photorasa website. Open the image below to view a sharper and higher resolution version in a window. The photo can be saved to your digital device by clicking on the download button below. A higher resolution image for "closed ink caps" minus the watermark is available upon request.

closed ink caps
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Fungi Information

Photos and picture galleries of various different fungi. Fungi are the diverse kingdom of organisms that include mushrooms, toadstools, yeast, mould and smuts. They all commonly survive by decomposing and absorbing the organic material on which they grow. For example, mushrooms commonly grow on fallen leaves and dead wood. Fungi differ from plants in that they lack chlorophyll, leaves, true stems, and roots. They also reproduce by spreading spores in the air and are parasitic by nature.

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