Gilled fungus, growing on wood. Also called Late Oyster. Brownish green to olive green to blue-green cap with off-white gills that sometimes have a peach or yellow tint. The point of attachment to the wood is usually quite pronounced, the gills do not run all the way into the attachment point.
On the banks of Pine Creek in North Park. Looks like this guy has an injury.
Ross's Goose - North Park, Allegheny Co.
These look like pink forget-me-nots, but I thought those were spring flowers (and blue).
Growing near a low wet area, but not in saturated soil.
National Aviary Neighborhood Nestwatch
Very small but firm jelly fungi. They have no gills or pores, are slippery, and have a dull yellow color. They grow in moist leaf litter or moss.
Medium sized mushroom, with dark green and dark pink mottled cap, that grows on the ground. Gills are white, as is the stem.The skin peels away from the cap surface.
Light pink mushroom with random yellowish spots and crowded white gills. White stem snaps like chalk. Bright white spore print. It grows on the ground.
From a single stem, the leaves unfurl in the middle of the plant. Each plant was about a foot tall.
Sitting in a sunny window. The eye pattern says jumping spider to me. I'm waffling between calling it S. scenicus or Pelegrina galethea (peppered jumper).