Purple Jelly Drops Mushroom. Subulicystidium longisporum. The distinctions are sometimes not easy in practice - Welden 4 in despaired of differentiating Stereum complicatum and Stereum gausapatum from Stereum hirsutum because they were little different microscopically and morphological features were not dependable. Suillus grevillei — elegant bolete, larch bolete, tamarack jack, larch Suillus. Flesh: Insubstantial; tough.
Stropharia ambigua — questionable Stropharia. I always show photos of neat and plump puffballs, but never what they look like after they start to dry and decompose. Although this is the first good specimen of False Turkey-tail I've seen, the Crowded Parchment, not to be confused with it's white counterpart Hairy Parchment is everywhere, from the sides of streams to twenty feet up cherry trees. Similar species: Russulales. Scleroderma areolatum — leopard earthball, small potato.
Plants and Fungi of ER #74 Pacific Spirit Regional Park - Friends of Ecological Reserves
Painted Suillus Mushroom. Trembling Merulius Fungus. Late Fall Oyster Mushrooms. Little Nest Polypore Mushroom. Fortunately it was pretty easy to identify and from what I've read, can be found across the world. Sadly for me, that encounter caused me great suffering in the form of Poison Ivy, which is still bugging me quite a bit. Scrambled-egg Slime Mold.
On August the 13th, , my brother spotted this waterspout on Lake Erie. Honeycomb Coral Slime Mold. Stropharia semigloboides. The moss is a pretty common species that escaped my mind last night at AM, but now it came back to me, and was also backed up my several of my sources. Sphagnum Bog Galerina Mushroom. Two-colored Bolete Mushroom. Honey Mushroom Rhyzomprphs.