Lycoperdon perlatum packed tight on a log. Too old but pretty.
Dry but well preserved Pholiota aurivella
Pepto-Bismol slime mold.
There were many Hericium coralloides clusters on this log.
Turkey Tail. The colors look dramatic because I set my camera to "vivid".
A short-spined Hericium erinaceus. Even more weird is the pink/orange color.
Yes, it really is this color.
Does anyone know this strange mushroom? If you look carefully, you will notice that the stem is really 2 stems joined together. The cap has a gap where the stems meet. Very strange.
This chicken-of-the-woods was moved from where it was found to this location for better lighting.
These Honey Mushrooms were huge and bug-free.
The Cinnabar Polypore, Pycnoporus cinnabarinus.
Purple tooth, Phlebia incarnata, and False Turkey Tail all next to each other.
A tiny white Mycena (?) in the moss on a huge log.
Look for the spores being released while the sun shines on this Ischnoderma resinosum.
Stropharia rugosoannulata on the side of a wood chip trail.
A young Stropharia rugosoannulata
Young tree ears.
Tiny Split Gills amongst the lichens. Photo taken in mid December.
The Stereum complicatium was very bright this mid December day.
The Tree Ears were everywhere this mid December day.