Seen near the trail at the east of the visitor center.
Seen somewhat east of the visitor center along the trail. The cap of this specimen measures seven cm and the stalk is eight cm long.
Seen growing in the mixed oak woodland, which contains some Douglas fir, in a shady setting.
Found crawling on the moist forest floor of the mixed oak woodland here.
Growing within a mixed oak woodland, this specimen is so sturdy it could function as a rubber hammer!
Seen growing in an oak woodland habitat in a clustered colony.
Seen in a mixed oak woodland not far from Rattlesnake Creek.
A cluster of these mushrooms was seen growing on a twig that had fallen to the woodland floor. Spores are brown and cap diameters are about one to two cm. This is a gilled mushroom species.
The gills are notched and crowded. Cap diameter is seven cm.
Seen in the leaf litter of the oak-bay riparian forest, with the ephemeral stream flowing for the past two weeks.
Growing in a riparian oak-bay forest in a shady part of the canopy. Specimen was 6.5 cm in cap diameter.
Seen in a mostly shady riparian area among leaf litter within the oak-bay riparian forest. This specimen had cauline leaves about seven cm long by six cm wide. Leaves are somewhat duller and lighter green on abaxial surface. Flower buds are evident at plant center top.
A few of this species were seen on a grassy oak savanna ridge in western Annadel. The specimen was about 35 cm high with a one cm diameter flower.
Seen in bloom in an oak savanna on a low ridge. The specimen height was about 21 cm.
This tree was seen in the riparian zone of the ephemeral stream here. The tree itself was about six meters tall, with diameter at chest height of 25 cm.
This specimen was seen in bloom and measured about one meter in height.
Seven female wild turkeys were seen along with one tome. These all were found in an ecotone joining a grassland with a mixed oak woodland.
Growing under a Douglas fir tree within a mixed oak woodland closed canopy woodland. This bolete mushroom measures 15 cm in cap diameter with a stalk height of seven cm; gills are not attached to the stalk.
Seen along the road in a mulched area. This specimen has a hollow stem measuring 7 cm long. The wavy cap is 3.5 cm in diameter.
Seen growing and producing erect catkins in the higher riparian zone. Leave buds are just apparent, but clearly later than the erect catkins. Tree height is about five meters.
In bloom near the roadway, this shiny buttercup has a large number of petals, but not arranged like the California buttercup. Flowers are about one cm in diameter. Leaves are entire and lanceolate.
Seen perching on the side trending main trunk of a Quercus garryana.
This fragile gilled mushroom was found in the riparian zone. The cap is fifteen mm in diameter and the hollow smooth stalk is about four cm long.
Seen growing in the riparian woodland in western Annadel Park. Cap is a bell shaped with 1.7 cm diameter. Gills are yellow, and the hollow seven cm long light complected stalk is glabrous.
Seen in a riparian zone of the oak-bay woodland.
Seen in a riparian oak-bay woodland in the western part of Annadel. This delicate hollow stemmed mushroom is among a number of hollow stemmed mushrooms seen in this part of the park. The cap diameter of this conical species is 1.7 cm and the smooth stalk length is seven centimeters.
This crustose lichen was seen in a firmly adnate state on a large native stone. The microhabitat is oak savanna.
This delicate hollow stem mushroom was observed in a shady part of the riparian oak-bay forest.
Seen in an oak savanna habitat.
A number of naturalized daffodils were seen in a grassy ridge setting. These flowers are native to Europe. This taxon could be the Tenby daffodil or another closely resembling species from the south of France.