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Very tiny "mushroom drops", the largest one less than 1 cm
Netherlands, Bussum, Spanderswoud, Oct. 2012

I think this is the Dacryomyces stillatus - Jelly Spot Fungus - Zerflie├čende Gallerttr├Ąne - Oranje Druppelzwam
From http://eol.org/pages/1030016/details : This saprotrophic, or decomposer, jelly fungus is notable for its small orange gelatinous appearance. Its common name is the Jelly Spot Fungus. Growing to sizes between 2-8mm, Dacrymyces stillatus is gregarious and appears in large groups and clusters on coniferous and deciduous woods. The fruiting bodies are broad, round, convex and at length plicate, meaning that it can grow to become shell or fan shaped.
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Oct 11 2012 06:30 GMT julie13
Very unusual
Oct 11 2012 06:36 GMT hans55 PRO
a nice find and captured !!
Oct 11 2012 07:52 GMT Hanny50
Beautiful coloured tiny mushrooms, fine shot!!
Oct 11 2012 08:10 GMT hallo
Very different this time!
Oct 11 2012 08:32 GMT 25barb
Beautiful photo and you enlarged it to make the mushrooms so beautiful with such soft colors against the dark background.
Fantastic use of light placed perfectly.
Oct 11 2012 09:26 GMT MargNZ
Tiny and wonderful Peter :)
Oct 11 2012 10:29 GMT doramandragora
The colour is amazing. I've never seen pink fungi. Maybe I haven't looked enough... :-)
Oct 11 2012 11:39 GMT skyball
A great close up of these minuscule mushrooms Peter!!!!!......
Oct 11 2012 12:25 GMT bandsix
It's lovely...I prefer the colour here to the ones on the link you have kindly provided!
Oct 11 2012 13:29 GMT Annamaria
Beautiful soft colour!! Very special species, i think...;-)
Oct 11 2012 13:40 GMT senna3
Barbara, I understood from that link that these fungi have two stages. In the first stage they are orange-reddish, in the second stage they turn to yellow. I think that I photographed the first stage. In the coming days I will revisit the place where I found them to see what happens with the colour.
Oct 11 2012 13:43 GMT Lalbabu
Another great find from you !!!!
Oct 11 2012 14:54 GMT sini
Spanderswoud is a great place for mushrooms! Great find again!:)
Oct 12 2012 02:23 GMT fhelsing PRO
What a nice find!
Oct 12 2012 07:54 GMT senna3
Thanks everyone for the kind comments!