Fire moss, found growing along a stone railing on the UW campus, just off the Burke Gilman trail near the botany greenhouse.
What our resident fungal-expert grad student thought was some sort of slime mold. Just from google, my guess is the Lycogala epidendrum, or Wolf's milk. Found growing on a log in a moist, mushroom laden environment.
Seen growing on the University of Washington campus near the Burke-Gilman trail. White rot type fungus.
Seen growing on a log on the University of Washington Campus, very near to the Burke Gilman trail.
Several individuals of agrocybe praecox growing in patches on a particular wood-chip paved portion of campus. The fungi seemed to thrive in the damp woody regions of campus.