Milk Tooth, Lactarius volemus
Jelly Babies, Leotia lubrica
Infected Amanita, Hypomyces hyalinus
Lobster, Hypomyces lactifluorum
Coprinus radians, notice the orange mat
Notice the cap making it Phallus rubicundus.
Not sure which Russula this is. Could be R. mariea or R. fragrantissima.
A Russula species. Note the pink on the stipe.
A pretty Lactarius volemus.
One of several Russula virescens in the park.
Milk cap bottom
These yellow pored boletes have a pretty pink stipe.
These Polyporus badius were very large. The previous day, most of them were white, like the ones in the upper left side of the photo.
Glen gives some scale to this large fruiting of Polyporus badius.
These Pleurotus dryinus were huge. The largest one was about a foot across.
Large number of Indian Pipe (Monotropa uniflora) were found
Some Sulfer Shelf (Laetiporus sulphureus). A bit old to eat
A brand new snapping turtle sunning on the pavement
This guy was nearly 3 inches long
Amanita vaginata in a city park
Amanita vaginata in the grass in a city park
Fresh Ischnoderma resinosum. Drops of moisture on the bottom side
"Cinnamon" top fungus
Lactarius chelidonium in the pines