VERY potent pineapple smell upon discovery. Tasted like pineapple candy/cake! (Edibility unknown, I spit out all that I tasted!) Upon bringing it home and placing it in the refrigerator, it began to give off a very strong smell that resembled souring dairy. The smell became more sour as it dried. I brought it in to the lab the next morning in attempt to identify it, and according to matchmaker and David Aurora's Mushrooms Demystified, this is called Leucogaster odoratus!
Growing on dead wood, probably doug fir (because it was near a ton of douglas fir). Surrounded by sword fern and oregon grape. A crust polypore. Very lovely purple tan coloration.
Smelled crazy sweet like caramel. Spores a deep grey-purple color. Was growing on a doug fir pine cone, surrounded by oregon grape, various ferns, and douglas fir trees.
Spore print was cinnamon brown. Surrounded by doug fir, stairstep moss, and trailing blackberry. Mild odor and taste.
Located near amanita muscaria, shore grass, and shore pine. Growing in groups. Smell is peppery. Rusty brown and orange cinnamon cap color.
Growing among Doug fir, Hemlock and Oregon grape
Deep red gills
Yellow stipe with yellow cortina
Faded salmon pink. slightly pink/white teeth.
White, slightly browning at edges. wavy almost lettuce like folds. "cauliflower mushroom"
Found growing in a grassy field in a clearing near Lebar horse camp.
Brown irregular shaped cap
Yellow convex cap with brown dotting toward the center
Yellow stem and gills
sweet and nutty odor
Lilac purple cap, light brown in center
Light purple stem and gills
Depressed center of cap
convex to uplifted- wavy margins
Fades drastically after being picked
Deep purple stem, gills and cap
Near Doug fir, hemlock and oregon grape
Surrounded by sword fern, trailing blackberry, moss, and small brown mushrooms.
Sweet carmely smell. Growing on (Doug fir?) pine cone.