Rhodatus palmatus

e6filmusere6filmuser e6filmuserRegistered Users Posts: 3,102 Major grins
edited March 4, 2022 in Holy Macro

The common name of Wrinkled Peach works for the young stage:

https://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1247671

but not for the mature brackets shown here.

It is supposed to live on well-rotted wood but this was on a standing tree.

The stereos are crosseye and conventional.

Olympus EM-1, (aperture priority), Olympus m4/3 30mm f3.5 ED macro, 1/50 and 1/15 sec at f11 ISO 400, hand-held.

Harold

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  • Paul IddonPaul Iddon Major grins Registered Users Posts: 5,011 Major grins

    These look good still.

    What is the stage called when they are starting to die back? Dissinquential or something like that (past their best)?

    Paul.



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  • e6filmusere6filmuser e6filmuser Registered Users Posts: 3,102 Major grins

    @Paul Iddon said:
    These look good still.

    What is the stage called when they are starting to die back? Dissinquential or something like that (past their best)?

    Paul.

    Thanks, Paul.

    If there is a special term, I have never heard it used by the specialists I socialise with.

    Harold

  • e6filmusere6filmuser e6filmuser Registered Users Posts: 3,102 Major grins

    I now see that the tree trunk, although standing, had lost its bark, was riddled with insect burrows and is clearly at the recycling stage.

    Harold

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