Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Fungi in Mount Worth State Park

Mount Worth State Park is a forest that was logged during the early 20th century and has now regrown into a dense temperate rainforest. Being largely on the southern slopes of the mountain, it's gullies and forest floor are protected from the sun, so it stays very wet in the cooler months - perfect for fungi. Unfortunately, these photos didn't focus properly, but they give the idea.

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