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Hongos de Esponja Familia Boletaceae

Observ.

zaschf

Fecha

Abril 30, 2020 10:22 AM NZST

Descripción

Not quite sure what mushroom this is but they are plentiful in the lawn behind the house.
When cut in half they don't go blue but pealing off the sponge gills they turn blue.

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grey

Fecha

Julio 15, 2018 11:41 AM NZST

Descripción

Growing on a mossy bank beside a track in broadleaf-podocarp forest. Caps to 30 mm across. Stems covered with short hairs.

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Hongos con Láminas Orden Agaricales

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arnim

Fecha

Agosto 11, 2018 09:37 AM NZST

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dougalt

Fecha

Mayo 28, 2018 07:09 PM NZST

Descripción

Mycena sp. 'Nile River'. Went back after a tip from J. Cooper that these might be bioluminescent. They were emitting a faint glow.

Exposure times of 6-8 minutes at f/8 and ISO 3200 were reasonable. Some post-process tweaking.

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Square

Observ.

lanfam

Fecha

Abril 19, 2018 03:57 PM HST

Descripción

Dendrodoris denisoni

Order: Nudibranchia
Suborder: Doridina
Distribution: Three Kings to Fiordland

Nudibranch! We found a few of these in the rock pools.

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emma-and-tom

Fecha

Noviembre 24, 2017 08:42 PM NZDT

Descripción

Found on the predator-proof fence.

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Medusa Velero Velella velella

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haydon

Fecha

Octubre 14, 2017 02:50 PM NZDT

Descripción

Mass stranding with millions spread along a long exposed coast line

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Square

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danilo_hegg

Fecha

Marzo 25, 2017 06:46 PM NZDT

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Square

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Pósum de Cola de Cepillo Trichosurus vulpecula

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karoriwill

Fecha

Febrero 4, 2017 10:47 PM NZDT

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Square

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mikey_crikey

Fecha

Diciembre 13, 2016 08:38 PM NZDT

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Square

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shaun-lee

Fecha

Abril 30, 2016

Descripción

Eating a landhopper

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Square

Qué

Calamares Voladores Familia Ommastrephidae

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aunty

Fecha

Marzo 29, 2016

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Dragón Marino Azul Glaucus atlanticus

Observ.

tangatawhenua

Fecha

Febrero 11, 2016

Descripción

Is it a fish? Is it a slug? Is it a fishy anemone? I do not have a clue what this is!

It is about 30mm long and there were a few of them in the sand - outgoing tide nearly on the turn. Most were buried and only the "fan fin" was showing.

Resting on the wet sand, when the sand collapsed it arched it's face upwards (2nd and third photos) and seem to spawn capsule from somewhere - there are 2 floating in the 4th pic.

Totally hypnotic, by the time my sister-in-law and I carried on the brother had walked 2kms away from us!