Hard to believe that we found more fungi, eh. Well, maybe not but none quite as bizarre as in yesterday’s post.

With the wet woods, fungi probably was a given. So more fun guys (fungi) follows. 😉
This mushroom had two indignities. First someone had been eating on the cap. Then it looked like another fungus decided to cover its stem!
These jelly fungus (Auricularia) were unlike the common Woods Ear I usually find. So they don’t have any thick veins on the undersides.
Orange fungus on a down tree!
Russula mushrooms are doing quite well now! The gills looked like teeth at the upturned edge!
More jelly fungus climbing a tree with the beautiful green moss!
A brown mushroom cap was covered with warts or scales if you prefer to call them that.
Under the hood I did not find any scurrying beetles. However there was one slug!
A pale lavender mushroom!
Frosted Glass Jelly Fungus (Tremella fuciformis) was darn cool too! And FYI I gave it that common name. Inaturalist calls it Snow Fungus. Nah, that name doesn’t hack it for me. LOL.

A close up!
The spider’s web was covered in dew, some drops were stained golden. However it was the fungi that were the cool ones here. It was a small cluster of a half dozen of these coral fungus!
A close up of one of the larger clumps!
The Witch’s Hat (Hygrocybe) belongs to a complex of eleven closely related species. It also had a slimy feel!

What a funday with the fun guys!

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  1. Wow! I never dreamed there were so many different fungus. Love the coral and the frosted glass jelly. Great name too.

  2. Whoa. Fungus fantasy land! I love the toothy Russula and the frosted glass jelly is surreal.

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