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