|Russula emetica. Emetic Russula, The Sickener.|
|Gills of Russula aeruginea, the Green Russula.|
|Emerging Russula, Russula spp.|
|The Russula spp. that came home with us.|
|Russula aeruginea, the Green Russula.|
|A ruddy-coloured chap, er, cap. Russula spp.|
But of course, everyone is invited...
|First mushrooms we met when we returned to AK. So cute!|
|Morchella elata. Black Morels.|
|Fungi on fungi: A mushroom cap with fungal growth.|
|Dacrymyces palmatus, Orange Jelly with a Lichen.|
Looks so delicate, but really very bouncy!
So friendly with baby!
|Inonotus oblquus, (The Healer) Chaga.|
|Ganoderma applantum, the Artist's Conk that went home with us.|
|Ischnoderma resinosum, Resinous Polypore. (?)|
|Don't forget the LBM's!|
|Morchella elata. |
Hubby's perfect Black Morel.
| Pholiota squarrosa, |
Scaly Pholiota (?)
|Leccinum testaceoscabrum. |
A young Orange Birch Bolete.
|Geopyxis carbonaria, Pyxie Cup.|
|Pleurotus spp., emerging Oysters?|
|Hygrocybe conica, |
the Witch's Hat.
|First Amanita muscaria, Fly Agaric of 2012's Hunt.|
Gah! Phone cameras!
Or did you not want your image taken?
We found a lovely forest shrine.
|A natural forest shrine. |
Perfect for offerings & the like.
And a breathtaking Ganoderma hideaway. Enormous, pristine Artist's Conks, just waiting for the right artist. But where do we find one of those?
|Ganoderma applantum, Artist Conk hideaway.|
Let the games begin!