Bright white, skirted, gilled
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.
lawn with brown spores.
About 5 cm long. Feeding on manzanita.
Lupine feeding Moth - Uresiphita reversalis
Santa Rosa, Sonoma California County, California, USA
October 21, 2014
Size: 1 inch
On an old Blue Gum.
3-1/2" wing span.
1-1/4" wing span. Found during the day time.
1" wing span,
2-1/2" wing span.
There was a patch of about 6 of these 3 to 5" caps. The base seemed a little bulbous.
Found this common centipede under a rock. It was about 2-1/2" long.
I have seen this plant so many times but do not know the name of it. It follow the sun.
Foraging in grass
These were growing in a lawn and stood about 10" high. The caps were about 4" in Dia.
This mushroom was about 2" Dia. cap with white gills. There were oaks in the area,
This has about 5+" cap with a very dark brown underside.
these were in a grassy area. They had a 2-1/2" cap.
There are 5 + of these trees in this area. There are about 30' high and have a drip line of 20'.
Found dead at garage door.
Seemed to be living in the lawn area.
Aphididae feed on milkweed.
This was bird was in the Santa Rosa Bird Rescue Center. Her name was Oti.