I almost missed this fallen branch covered in Luminescent Panelus, Panellus stipticus. Such a fascinating world if we take the time to see it.
With last night’s rain and the soft light this morning the fungi, lichen and moss really popped out at me during my morning trail walk.
Luminescent Panellus, Panellus stipticus and Eastern speckled shield lichen, Punctelia bolliana
Sternum ostrea, false turkey-tail
Tremella mesentercia, witch’s butter
From my morning walk. I almost missed this branch hosting tiny Trametes fungi.
Tiny little fungi! Witch's Hat, Hygrocybe conica.
Unidentified mushrooms ￼
A rainy day yesterday but there was a break just long enough to enjoy a ride on the trail.
Pixie cup lichen, CladoniaUnidentified mushrooms
Possibly Bark Bonnet, Phloeomana speirea?
Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita. #mushtodon #sporespondence
Pleurotus ostreatus, the oyster mushroom, oyster fungus, or hiratake, is a common edible mushroom. #mushtodon #sporespondence #edible
Macrolepiota procera, the parasol mushroom, is a basidiomycete fungus with a large, prominent fruiting body resembling a parasol. #mushtodon #sporespondence
Mycena galericulata is a mushroom species also known as the common bonnet, the toque mycena, the common mycena or the rosy-gill fairy helmet.
Galerina marginata, known as funeral bell, deadly skullcap, autumn skullcap or deadly galerina, is a species of extremely poisonous mushroom-forming fungus.
Tricholomopsis rutilans, common name Plums and Custard a species of gilled mushroom found across Europe and North America.
Shaggy Bracket – Inonotus hispidus