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Mushroom pore layer

Mushroom pore layer

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VAUGHAN FLEMING / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY VAUGHAN FLEMING / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Mushroom pore surface. Macrophotograph of the pore surface of a fruiting body, or mushroom, of the fungus Boletus erythropus. The microscopic spores are released through the pores to drift on the wind and form a new fungal body or mycelium. When picked or handled this mushroom bruises very easily, turning from red to blue-black, as seen at lower centre. This mushroom is found in woodlands. Magnification: x2 at 35mm size.

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