Topic: Kiron 105 & Schneider HM40: A Yellow Toothed Rarity?
I was searching through some Sycamore logs, cut about two years ago, and stored, stacked, in our garden. I was looking for slime moulds to photograph when I came across this crust fungus. I looked photogenic, not least because it was rather three-dimensional. Anyway, I took some shots, some with my Kiron 105mm at f16 and some with my reversed Schneider HM 40 setup, also at f16. The latter were at about x6 (FOV 6mm wide).
There is a low magnification crosseye stereo pair.
I sent some of these image to Paul Hugill, one of the authors of the 2015 book "A Field Guide to the Resupinates of Hampshire" by Paul Hugill & Alan Lucas. (Resupinates is the scientific term for crust fungi). Paul has said it looks like (my underlining) Mucronella flava. "Looks like" is not the same as "is", due to the difficulty is working only with photographs and not with a specimen. (My comments).
In the book, this species is said to be very rare (in Hampshire).
EM-1, twin TTL flash, hand-held.