Look at the most beautiful and amazing mushrooms that exist on our planet.
Lactarius indigo (Lactarius indigo). Fairly common type of fungus grows in eastern North America, East Asia and Central America. It grows on the ground in deciduous and coniferous forests. The color varies from dark blue in fresh mushrooms until pale blue-gray of old. Milk, which distinguishes the fungus if it is cut or broken, too blue. Cap is 5-15 cm, leg - 2.8 cm in height and 1-2, 5 cm in thickness. Edible mushroom and sold in rural markets in Mexico, Guatemala and China.
Panellus kind Panellus stipticus. Common type grows in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. Growing groups on logs, stumps and trunks of deciduous trees, especially on oaks, beeches and birches. This is one of the bioluminescent species of fungi, although fungi of this species from the Pacific North America, no.
Tremella mesenterica (Tremella mesenterica). This fungus often grows on dead trees, but also to the newly fallen branches. Gelatinous orange-yellow mushroom body (7, 5 cm in diameter) has a winding surface which in the rain becomes sticky and slippery. The fungus grows in the cracks of the bark, appearing in the rain. A few days after the rain it dries and turns into a thin film or a wrinkled mass, able to reinstate after the rain. This fungus is commonly found in mixed forests and distributed in temperate and tropical regions, including Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America. Mushroom is edible, although it is considered tasteless. This fungus produces carbohydrates, which are valuable for research.
Rhodotus (Rhodotus palmatus). This fungus - the only representative of the genus in the family Physalacriaceae. Not very common. Mushroom collected in eastern North America, North Africa, Europe and Asia. In Europe, the number of fungi is rapidly falling, so Rhodotus made in the Red Book. Usually grows on stumps and rotting logs solid wood. Mature mushrooms differ pinkish color and the characteristic "venoobraznoy" surface.