Spent spores were on this moss on the floor of a deciduous forest (beech and birch).
Along the North Bubble Loop Trail, all across the top, all the bushes had turned red.
Gone to seed at the summit of The Bubbles (northern side). These were common along the trail and at the top, near the tree-lined edges of the bald area.
Growing on the bald summit of The Bubbles (northern side) in shallow valleys in the granite. No flowers or fruit present.
Two types of fungi were growing on this fallen beech tree. -Carry Trail, Acadia National Park
First I've seen.
I don't know this one.
It looks rare.
Not abundant here.