33 thoughts on “Stag’s Horn Fungus

    • Although this fiungi is quite small, I di not need to use the Raynox and the Sigma 105 did the trick on its own. I hope you have lots of fun with your Raynox! I tried it out on mosses at first to get the hang of it.

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  1. Your comment about these blackening put me in mind of the Indian pipes I found in the east Texas woods. I was lucky enough to get back in time to see them even more abundant, and well in the process of decline. They also move from white to a slick, entirely unattractive black. It’s interesting that this woodland plant does the same.

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  2. They would be cool in a Christmas arrangement but probably wouldn’t survive. They remind me of the Indian Pipes that grow in New Jersey’s Pine Barrens … even though the Indian Pipes are not a fungus but a plant without chloroform.

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