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Amanita Phalloides
  Amanita Phalloides
Death Cap


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Red bell shaped cap, found in San Diego.


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Need help identifying.


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Found in large groupings


Russula emetica
  Russula emetica
Red cap, white body.


Hygrophorus coccineus ?
  Hygrophorus coccineus ?
Very small (about 1 inch tall). Red cap. Mat but not hairy. Yellow-orange gills. Tastes mild with a


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Large groups about 12" dia. In fertilized lawn under a banana tree. Picked and washed after a


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Large,brown,round mushroom about the size of my foot .from about 20 feet away looks like a large bro


Paxillus Involutus ???
  Paxillus Involutus ???
It was around 1,5 feet (diagonal) It was huge!!! We can not find it in any mushroom`s field guide.


???
  ???


Unnamed
  Unnamed
it grows on oak trees.


False death cap
  False death cap


Orange Birch Bolete
  Orange Birch Bolete
This is a delicious edible mushroom. Fry it up in thin slices with some butter, salt and garlic, it


Parrot Mushroom
  Parrot Mushroom
This was my favorite find of the day.


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  Unnamed


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  Unnamed


Unnamed
  Unnamed
This mushroom was growing in a very clustered group on the side of fallen logs. About 3/4 of the dow


Unnamed
  Unnamed
A very tiny, some form of jelly. Gorgeous, excellent color


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  Unnamed
Estava encrostada num galho no topo de umas das montanhas da Serra do Japi. Em volta desse fundo tem


Unnamed
  Unnamed
What is this?


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They have tripled in size since I first noticed them three days ago. The two bigger mushrooms are gr


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  Unnamed


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Unnamed
  Unnamed
It is almost paper thin, small, about 1 inch across. Long stem and some kind of pattern on the top.


unidentified
  unidentified


Shelf Mushroom
  Shelf Mushroom
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trametes_gibbosa


Schizophyllum commune
  Schizophyllum commune
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schizophyllum_commune


Shelf Mushroom
  Shelf Mushroom
Trametes versicolor is saprotrophic, meaning it feeds off of decomposing organic matter. For obvious


Unnamed
  Unnamed
Found this on a tree hiking in Maine at Sebec Lake in August of 2010.


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