Oysters all the way up a dead tree.
Oysters on a fallen shag bark hickory tree.
Possibly the "Blusher".
Any ideas on what this mushroom might be? The spore print is a medium brown while the stem is a very bright orange. The gills have a sawtooth edge.
This is a Ramaria coral mushsroom. Not sure of the species.
Another Ramaria. Is this a different species? This one and the coral in the previous picture were just a few feet apart, but the color is definitely different.
A stinkhorn fungus covered with beetles. A few seconds after this picture was taken, the beetles decapitated the stinkhorn.
We found this toothed fungus in the deciduous forest. It is similar to Sarcodon imbricatus, but the stem is not hollow and it was not under conifers. Right nearby we also found another toothed fungi, Hydnellum spongiosipes.
This log is completely covered with yellow-orange spores. The shelf fungi responsible is orange on top with dark brown pores.
Indian Creek Nature Centerphotographer g a schwartzaugust 3rdgreenstinkhorn