5" across growing on live oak root.
4" cap, 6+ inch stem under eucalyptus trees but with oak stumps around. It was by itself.
growing on the bank of a water treatment pond
Forgive the terrible quality. It's more like my impressionist photo of a jack rabbit. He was really hauling when he saw us!
Several specimens, 3-5" caps: emerging through leaf litter in this grove of oaks.
6-12 inch specimens growing on stumps of oak or perhaps bay laurel.
I like this ID for these, although they have disappointed me in lacking bioluminescence.
This mushroom had a cap about 3-1/2" dia. The gills were white and the stem broke like a Russula.
About 10" wide. There are several of these growing together. I have seen they for the last few weeks but only took picture of them today.
Feeding on Manzanita.