Flipped three under two rocks today, including a really beautiful juvenile - very red. I love their incredible scales - smooth, perfect. My first ones!
Found on old wood chips, dense; other inky caps found nearby.
Brittle stalk, no latex from damaged gills.
Found under oaks. Perhaps E. lividoalbum.
Note that the seeds are reddish , not olive as in Taraxacum officinale .
Tropical plant, leaves are similar to banana leaves, red, shaped like an acrobat or dancer
It dives in the water, the lake is an estuary, it is black with with a white face and behind
Non-native . Uneven petal sizes is distinctive .
Non-native . Note narrow leaves that give it the common name .
Non-native , bitter scent .
A tiny non-native plant .
A very tiny plant , non-native apparently .
This is a difficult genus . P.imbricata is the most likely ID by far .