User talk:Wsiegmund/Archive/2010/1

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Translation

Hi Walter!
File:Abies magnifica 8009.jpg - Ukrainian and Russian description added.
With best regards, --George Chernilevsky talk 12:50, 15 January 2010 (UTC)

Hi George; I'm impressed with how many geotagged pictures there are around the Black Sea. I expect to tour the area with Google Earth soon. Good work. It is people like you that make Commons a pleasure. Thanks for the translations. Walter Siegmund (talk) 22:55, 15 January 2010 (UTC)

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Ganoderma applanatum

Hello Toffel,

En ce qui concerne ta demande je peux t'assurer qu'il s'agissait bien du Ganoderma applanatum car j'étais accompagné de mycologistes avertis au moment de la prise de vue. Cette détermination a d'ailleurs été acceptée par les nombreux mycologistes des différents Wiki ayant utilisé celle-ci. Tu pourras le constater en consultant l'utilisation de l'image.

Amitiés.

P.S. Peux-tu m'aider à déterminer le champignon figurant sur la photo ci-dessous ?

Champigon JPG03.jpg

Jean-Pol GRANDMONT (talk) 23:52, 16 December 2009 (UTC)

Allô Jean-Pol!
You can reply at your discussion page, so the process is easy to find.
This mushroom is really strange. Usually G. applanatum is very flat and more brownish. Is it normal for that region, that this mushroom has this shape and colour?
I don't know which species is in your picture but I can ask some people in a forum who know mushrooms better than me. --Toffel (talk) 22:44, 17 December 2009 (UTC)

Hello Toffel,

Le Ganoderma applanatum est souvent plat et devient effectivement brunâtre en veillissant, mais lorsqu'il est jeune il peut avoir un aspect plus trapu et être de couleur beige clair ou grisâtre comme sur la photo ci-jointe.

Ganoderma applanatum02.jpg

Le spécimen faisant l'objet de notre discussion a en outre été photographié dans un bois particulièrment sombre et humide et était teinté de vert par la mousse du hêtre porteur. De plus l'étude de ses spores n'avait pas laissé de doute à son sujet

Amitiés

Jean-Pol GRANDMONT (talk) 00:08, 18 December 2009 (UTC)

Allô Jean-Pol!
I showed your picture to a forum community but they could not identify the mushrooms. These are very old ones and it is maybe impossible to specify them.
I also showed them the other picture of G. applanatum. They believed in the genus Ganoderma but perhaps had not thought of G. applanatum, if they did not knew. They wrote, that it is a very untypical one. There are very thick fruiting bodies at the top edge in the picture on the right but they are much younger, just emerged. Or does the one in your picture just seem to be older (and bigger)? Did you take the photo very close to the mushroom? --Toffel (talk) 21:59, 5 January 2010 (UTC)

Oui la photo a été prise à très courte distance. C'est ce qui donne cette impression d'épaisseur, mais les spores n'ont laissé aucun doute au sujet de la détermination du champignon. En tout cas, merci pour tes recherches. Jean-Pol GRANDMONT (talk) 23:51, 5 January 2010 (UTC)