Trying to determine whether the non-orange fungus on the lower left is a different species, perhaps Tremella foliacea, or whether it part of the orange individual on the upper right of the photo?
Unknown living thing found at the bottom of a hollowed out tree stump in an oak woodland.
Fox squirrel at Fairytale Town
Gilled mushroom next to another fungus, sharing a decomposing tree trunk with moss.
A fern with eye catching yellow spores under its fronds.
California Black Oak leaf, from the forest floor.
Ceanothus, a species common at low elevations of the foothills.
Gray pine cone.
Interior Live Oak is abundant in Browns Ravine Recreation Area.
Toyon at Browns Ravine Recreation Area
Green surfaced foliose lichen with intricate borders on a substrate of bark.
The distinctive raven beak shows in this low res phone shot of one of the pair eating roadkill on a power pole.
Two gilled mushrooms growing on a dead tree trunk alongside moss and Trametes versicolor. Surrounding trees were mostly oak and gray pine.