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Fungus Collection

"Fungus: Nature's Fascinating Organism Unveiled" Mushrooms, the enchanting wonders of the forest floor, have captivated humans for centuries

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Fungus Collection: Budding yeast cell
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Fungus Collection: Mushrooms
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Fungus Collection: Morel mushroom 1891
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Fungus Collection: Poisonous Mushrooms, Victorian Botanical Illustration
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Fungus Collection: Loch Toll an Lochain, An Teallach
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Fungus Collection: Fly agaric mushrooms (Amanita muscaria) in snow, Los Alcornocales Natural Park
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Fungus Collection: Fly agaric mushrooms
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Fungus Collection: Mushroom spores - close-up
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Fungus Collection: A large variety of mushrooms, 1913
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Fungus Collection: The Ghost Orchid, Dendrophylax lindenii, was made famous by Susan Orleans in her
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Fungus Collection: SEM of penicillin fungus
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Fungus Collection: Culture of Aspergillus nidulans fungus
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Fungus Collection: Edible Mushrooms, Victorian Botanical Illustration
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Fungus Collection: Cep mushroom (Boletus edulis)
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Fungus Collection: Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms, 1937 (lithograph)
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Fungus Collection: Common stinkhorn mushroom 1891
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Fungus Collection: Candida fungus, SEM
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Fungus Collection: Sporangiophores of Pilobolus fungus on dung
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Fungus Collection: Mushroom gills, SEM
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Fungus Collection: Fly agaric fungi
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Fungus Collection: Dividing yeast cells, SEM
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Fungus Collection: Dividing yeast cells, SEM
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Fungus Collection: Fly Agaric Fungi - found among a group of birch, October
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Fungus Collection: Coral Spot Fungus (Nectria cinnabarina) fruiting bodies, growing on Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus)
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Fungus Collection: A group of Mycena found in mixed woodland growing out of buried twigs and charred wood chippings
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Fungus Collection: Chanterelle mushrooms
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Fungus Collection: Morel mushrooms
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Fungus Collection: Basidiomycota: filamentous fungi
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Fungus Collection: Fruiting bodies of Rhizopus oligosporus
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Fungus Collection: Rare, Beautifully Illustrated Antique Engraved Victorian Botanical
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Fungus Collection: Yellow Slime Mold - growing on tree stump, Hessen, Germany
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Fungus Collection: Parasol Fungi ME 180 Edible Lepiota procera © Johan De Meester / ARDEA LONDON
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Fungus Collection: Coral fungus varieties
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Fungus Collection: Scarlet elf cup fungi (Sarcoscypha coccinea), Uplyme, Devon, England, UK
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Fungus Collection: Natterjack Toad (Bufo calamita) perched on fallen leaves, next to chestnuts
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Fungus Collection: Picture No. 11980604
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Fungus Collection: Honey fungus mushroom 1891
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Fungus Collection: AE-5972-5908
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Fungus Collection: Ergot -Claviceps purpurea-, Burgenland, Austria
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Fungus Collection: Pilobolus fungus
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Fungus Collection: Aspergillus
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Fungus Collection: Phagocytosis of fungal spores, SEM
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Fungus Collection: Art of yeast cell budding
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Fungus Collection: Fungi Group of Sulphur Tuft (with Lactarius circellatus) October Knapp Wood Nature Reserve E
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Fungus Collection: Puffballs – releasing spores. UK
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Fungus Collection: Fungus Shaggy Pholiota - Fruiting bodies growing on beech tree stem in autumn. North Hessen, Germany
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Fungus Collection: Fungus, Fly Agaric - detailed study of cap, Lower Saxony, Germany
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Fungus Collection: Dark cep or bronze bolete, Boletus aereus


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"Fungus: Nature's Fascinating Organism Unveiled" Mushrooms, the enchanting wonders of the forest floor, have captivated humans for centuries. The Morel mushroom, discovered in 1891, remains a prized delicacy among culinary enthusiasts worldwide. Beware. Poisonous mushrooms lurk amidst their edible counterparts, as depicted in a Victorian Botanical Illustration. Budding yeast cells showcase the reproductive prowess of fungi under microscopic observation. A stunning array of mushrooms from 1913 showcases the incredible diversity within this kingdom of organisms. Fly agaric mushrooms with their vibrant red caps and white spots evoke images of fairy tales and magical realms. Loch Toll an Lochain nestled against An Teallach serves as a picturesque backdrop for wild mushroom hunting adventures. Close-up shots reveal the intricate beauty and complexity of mushroom spores - nature's tiny propagators. The Common stinkhorn mushroom from 1891 may not win any fragrance awards but is undeniably intriguing in its own right. The Ghost Orchid (Dendrophylax lindenii), immortalized by Susan Orleans' work, reminds us that fungus extends beyond just mushrooms into other captivating forms as well. SEM imagery unveils the mesmerizing structure of penicillin fungus - a life-saving discovery revolutionizing medicine forever. Cultures showcasing Aspergillus nidulans fungus highlight its significance in scientific research and industrial applications. Whether it be through their culinary allure or medicinal breakthroughs, fungi continue to amaze us with their diverse forms and remarkable contributions to our world.