This mold grows on decomposing Lepiota meleagris.
The day after Halloween. My pumpkin ate too much candy.
The hunt begins
The group of mushroomers.
Glen shows off his mushroom sandwich. A Giant Puffball bun with a big slab of Chicken of the Woods down the middle.
Tessa and Jana in a sea of itch weed.
A very young Pycnoporus cinnabarinus among some lichens.
Fusarium species on an injured tree.
Map of Wickiup Hiill area, from the Education Center at the south end to the public hunting area to the north.
An Amanita vaginata tucked between a rock and some barbed wire.
Acryria cinerea (stellate form)
These are old Purple Tooth fungi with Fairy Pins near the edge. The recent rains have caused some new growth at the very edge of the shelf. Note the violet color at the center of the picture.
The winner for the smallest fungus of the day.
Pheasant Back. A big and small Polyporus squamosus
Dumontinia tuberosa Spore
We don't know how to make a list without Dean!
A Russula in the middle of this hollow tree. The tree is alive, but maybe not for long.
This is a cottonwood log covered with bright yellow spores. Check the next photo.
The Cinnabar Polypore.