Mycoacia fuscoatra


Mycoacia fuscoatra

This is an irregular resupinate fungus forming large spreading patches which is tightly attached to the substrate with waxy flesh which turns dark brown when dry and becomes brittle. I have shown close views in the first two images to show the fascinating structure of this fungi.



It is uncommon, and it is usually found on the the underside of fallen logs and branches of deciduous trees.


Mycoacia fuscoatra

17 thoughts on “Mycoacia fuscoatra

    • The first 2 images where using the Raynox. Yes, stalactites as you say. I hope you have fun with the Raynox, Gary. Experimentation with camera settings, focus points and available and added light should yield some very nice results for you, so I will look forward to seeing your new photos! πŸ™‚

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