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Having got a stiff neck taking a photo of very tall trees we later spotted some tiny, bright red, fungi. On returning home Google helped us to learn that they are either Scarlet or Ruby Elfcup but to be sure which, you need a microscope:
    https://www.first-nature.com/fungi/sarc ... triaca.php
https://www.first-nature.com/fungi/sarc ... ccinea.php

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What a brilliant photo. Thank you for sharing
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Wow! Great photo!
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stuck wrote:
13 Mar 2022, 15:47
Scarlet or Ruby Elfcup but to be sure which, you need a microscope:

They must be really tiny!

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:laugh: