Climacodon septentrionale on a Maple tree. It appeared someone had painted the edges gray but it was just moldy on the edges
The teeth of Climacodon septentrionale. The fungus looks like a Polypore from a distance but has teeth.
Hericium coralloides. The shape looks like a Puffer fish.
Hairy Turkey Tail.
Is this an Artist's Conk? The layers look too thick. Lower on this same tree, the shelf fungi did look like the Artist's Conk, but these don't.
These huge conks were high up in a dead oak tree.
A log full of Stereun complicatium
Sarcoscypha dudleyi, the only one found that day.
Panellus stipticus which was found on ever other log it seemed
Flammulinia velutipes ascending a log
A Yellow Bear Caterpillar, Spilosoma virginica, which will become a Virginian Tiger Moth
This small mushroom was setting between a pair of Galerina autumnalis. I assume this is one, too.
Very small Split Gill Mushrooms on stick, Schizophyllum commune
This bracket fungi has very tiny red-brown pores.
Lenzites betulina, the Birch Gilled Bracket fungi.
The sticky top Velvet Foot appear to be varnished as it dries.
"Banana Tree". This was results of the 135 mph winds in the town of Vinton in June. The town lost 70% of its trees.