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Smoke from an Israeli strike rises over Gaza City on July 22, 2014. (Hatem Moussa/AP)

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Smoke from an Israeli strike rises over Gaza City on July 22, 2014. (Hatem Moussa/AP)


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"Reflection on water"

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libutron:

Chlorociboria | ©João P. Burini
Piedade, São Paulo, Brazil.
Chlorociboria is a genus of stunning blue-green cup-fungus belonging to the family Helotiaceae. The mycelium of this fungus grows through the wood of hardwoods, including poplar, aspen, oak and ash, and stains it conspicuously blue-green. The stained wood is often seen but the fruit bodies are less frequent.
The infected wood, known as ‘green oak’, was formerly used in the manufacture of Tunbridge ware, a traditional method of decoration where woods of different colours were arranged into blocks to give the desired pattern, compressed, then cut transversely into thin strips of veneer.
Distribution: America and Europe.
Fungi - Acomycota - Pezizomycotina - Leotiomycetes - Helotiales - Helotiaceae - Chlorociboria
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libutron:

Chlorociboria | ©João P. Burini

Piedade, São Paulo, Brazil.

Chlorociboria is a genus of stunning blue-green cup-fungus belonging to the family Helotiaceae. The mycelium of this fungus grows through the wood of hardwoods, including poplar, aspen, oak and ash, and stains it conspicuously blue-green. The stained wood is often seen but the fruit bodies are less frequent.

The infected wood, known as ‘green oak’, was formerly used in the manufacture of Tunbridge ware, a traditional method of decoration where woods of different colours were arranged into blocks to give the desired pattern, compressed, then cut transversely into thin strips of veneer.

Distribution: America and Europe.

Fungi - Acomycota - Pezizomycotina - Leotiomycetes - Helotiales - Helotiaceae - Chlorociboria

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