Found in the litter under a redwood. Did not check for odor or yellowing at the time (though one photo does seem to show yellowing where the stalk is broken off). A. silvicola or californica?
Found under a pine tree, might be R. sanguinaria(?)
Cool eggs next to it
Thamnophis elegans terrestris
Found on old wood chips, dense; other inky caps found nearby.
Brittle stalk, no latex from damaged gills.
Found under oaks. Perhaps E. lividoalbum.
This area was heavily logged between 1840 and 1860 of old growth redwoods .
Only known from a few sites in San Francisco and the East Bay . Note the narrow pink and white petals , the one-sided calyx , the red base to the petals , the leaf forming a channel . Some of these characteristics vary a little . The similar Clarkia rubicunda grows nearby .
Note Sterium hirsutum present on the same piece of deadwood.
One of many emerging beneath several coast live oaks. Note white latex when gills damaged and slightly darker pitting on stalk.
Neglected to check aroma at time of observation.
Neglected to check aroma when observed.
Growing in scattered bunches in old (3+ years) wood chips.
Roosting midday in a coast live oak.
Several in heavy fruit along this narrow trail through the Martinez hills .
Two individuals .