Mushrooms

Just a wee selection of recent dry rot mushrooms we’ve come across.

 

When dry rot fungus (Serpula Lacrymans) faces adverse conditions or when exposed to light it produces a self-reproduction organ called a sporophore. Think of sporophores as the “fruiting bodies” of dry rot. These mushroom-like structures release red spore dust into the air. If these spores land in the right environment they can continue growth.

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