Small mushrooms growing beneath cedar forest. Have lilac and brown umbonate cap.
Beautiful bright orange caught the eye immediately.
Interesting white mycelium growing at base of stem.
Beautiful lacy margin, wipes off easily.
Growing on a down alder log, next to Panellus serotinus.
Growing on down alder in clumps; shelf like.
These fungi were so beautiful, they have orange, green, grey to their caps and cream gills.
Very red-purple cap, stem cream at top pink at base.
Growing solo, in grass beneath conifers.
Shrimp odor, cream gills.
Jelly like, orange, growing in a group on the end of a dead douglas fir. tuning fork basidia. septate spores.
Small vibrant yellow. Growing in small group on conifer branch. Viscid cap and stem when fresh.
Long slender stalk. Spores discharged very easily.
Growing single. All brown with saddle shaped cap. Looks just like another species except all brown instead of purple stipe.
Near douglas fir trees and oregon grape. Rusty brown spores. Deep purple cap, very beautiful, slightly shimmering.
Surrounded by alder trees, oregon grape, sword fern, and lots of fallen leaves. Scent held traces of apricots. Partial veil ring that was black with spores on the top. Veil remnants remained on sticky cap.
Produced a white latex. Sweet smell, especially after drying. Growing in the alder grove off of Driftwood Road near the Evergreen State College.