I don't know how to distinguish between ovata and parvidentata.
ID'd by kueda.
These were pretty common. Agaricus-ish, but not that genus, I think. Did not really perform due dilligence, so might not be identifiable.
Yeah, not sure. Maybe Agaricus aurorae or one of the other red-staining Agaricus species.
Probably pulmonaria, need to go back and look at the book. I was interested to see it growing side-by-side with what I think is Pseudocyphellaria.
Found several adults, one of which was quite large, about 7-8". Awesome!
Heard 1 or 2 calling from the campsite. Didn't stick around.
Sadly, this is right in the narrow overlap zone between R. aurora and R. draytonii, so I don't really know which one it is.
Unlike a lot of other salamanders, these seem to stay perfectly still while being photographed.
Hadn't ever seen non-crustose orange lichen before.
On a post.