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Unnamed
  Unnamed
bright orange with small indentation on top with gills underneath what is this species???


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Bright orange, growing in clusters more that six inches tall. Began appearing after Hurricane Irene


Please Help Me ID this monster!
  Please Help Me ID this monster!
Hi, this comes up in my lawn at the end of every summer. I live in Eastern Massachusetts. This monst


Amanita?
  Amanita?
It's really big, 250mm tall, 160mm wide cap and a 30mm wide stem. It has gills that were covered by


Unnamed
  Unnamed
I found this unknown mushroom at a local park when I was there with my dog. Anyone know what this o


Unnamed
  Unnamed
A short hike along the Discovery Trail on the Grand Mesa National Forest, just behind the Visitors C


Unnamed
  Unnamed


Unnamed
  Unnamed
We planted peas in our large wooden flower pot/planter. To our surprise these mushrooms also sproute


Yellow-tipped Coral
  Yellow-tipped Coral


 Chicken of the Woods
  Chicken of the Woods


Anyone know what this is?
  Anyone know what this is?


Elegant Stinkhorn
  Elegant Stinkhorn


Unnamed
  Unnamed


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Any ideas what this is?


What is this!?
  What is this!?


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Can anyone tell me what this is?


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Bright tomato red top mushroom,no idea what it's name is,but would love to know if it's dangerous to


Stinkhorn
  Stinkhorn


Unnamed
  Unnamed


Unknown
  Unknown
I first saw this mushroom this afternoon in my front yard. It is near a small flower bed that I fer


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Took a walk this morning and under my magnolia tree, I discovered this peculia orange mushroom. It


Orange Peel Fungus
  Orange Peel Fungus
Ascocarp Elf Cup Fungus


Unnamed
  Unnamed
I found it on these in a wooded area on may 23th in the first picture they're about 3 or 4 inches ta


Unnamed
  Unnamed
there were ones in small groups as well as growing single all out of a pretty orange fuzzy looking m


Lantern Stinkhorn
  Lantern Stinkhorn
L. Mokusin is considered edible in its immature "egg" stage. The fruit body of the matu


Tiny Orange Fungus
  Tiny Orange Fungus
Tiny Orange Fungus on a tree branch


Tree Polypore
  Tree Polypore


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Partial remanents of a veil on older one veil enclosing gills on the younger one. Battered by hail F


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Rusty-Brown spore print. Cap is sticky and slippery when wet. Scaly when dry. Any help identifying t


Unnamed
  Unnamed
small, yellow green. looks like a mushroom


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