A Orange Wing moth (Mellilla xanthometat) laps up some minerals from my hand. Seen from April through September and easily flushed during the daytime.
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Devil's Urn. What a nice serrated edge.
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Fusarium species on an injured tree.
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No kidding, Morels on the first day of April. What's in the basket we cannot see?
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A Luna Moth so fresh that the wings were still flexible.
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Half and Half. An Inky Cap with only half maturing.
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Lady Slipper Orchid
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Eastern Hog-nosed Snake, Heterdon platyrhinos
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Sulfer Shelf on the 20th of April. A bit frost nipped to be good.
Xerula meagalospora growing in my yard. I mow around them.
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An orange Red Cup
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A tidy little nest about 5 feet off the ground. No eggs.
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Cryptoporus volvatus, the Veiled Polypore
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A veil cover almost all of the pore surface leaving a opening for insect to crawl in and spread the spores of the Cryptoporus volvatus
A sample of Tubifera ferruginosa.
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A dying Oak tree out in the sand prairie.
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Lousy photos, but this is probably Volvariella speciosa.
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Another lousy photo of Volvariella speciosa. You can just barely make out the volva at the base of the stem.
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This is the mushroom seen in the previous 2 photos. Note the pink, free gills. The combination of these gills and a volva make this a Volvariella speciosa.
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Clavicorona pyxidata, the Crown Tip Coral.
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Some Laetiporus cincinnatus enveloping everthing in it's path.
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A little cluster of Fairy Goblets, Microstoma floccosa. These expelled a cloud of spore as it was picked up.
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The sun add some color to this white jelly fungus, Ductifera pululahuana (Exidia alba)
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