I'm not sure about this. Biggest oyster mushrooms I've ever seen.
Probably a song sparrow, but I'm not confident. It was cocking its tail like a wren and flying around in a scrubby field.
Tiny white fungus that grows with green algae on debarked logs.
These are a bluish and yellow variation.
A greenish color variation.
There are many color variations of Panellus serotinus! This one is gray with hints of purple.
Purple Jellydisc isn't the best name for this, since it doesn't form discs, while its relative, A. cylichnium DOES form discs.
Dusty pink spore print.
Growing on a rotting log. Dark brown caps.
This fungus was growing at the base of a dead beech tree.
Also called Brick Caps.