First photo may be of Old Man's Beard but I could certainly be wrong! I also don't know what type of mushroom this is. Any help would be great!
This Gunnera grows by the side of a roadside ditch, it seems hardy and healthy in our climate. It has not attained full growth but it is certainly quite a large plant.
Small, white fungi(?) on fallen branch found in a cluster. Each one has small pore-like dots
A very small mushroom with a white base and stock. The cap is convex in shape and contains an intricate grid-like pattern.
A very common lichen, with bluish strings and commonly interspersed between moss.
It looks like a willow, but I can't determine the species! It doesn't have long enough leaves to be a Pacific Willow, but I do not think it is a Dogwood or Oregon Ash either. Help!
lakefront street planting
Green lichen or moss found on the side of a tree
A type of lichen, white body growing in a root-like pattern. Found on a tree limb.
Two bodies growing on a snag 2 - 3 meters up from the forest floor. Lowland, mixed forest. Each body approximately 6 - 7 inches across.
Found growing on a downed Bigleaf Maple log in a moist, lowland mixed forest. Growing in a group of 6, these bodies were between 0.5 and 1.5 inches in length, leathery, unevenly shaped and were gray with white around the rims. Growing among Horsehair Lichen.
Found in a lowland mixed forest growing on decaying wood close to sodden ground. Growing in a cluster of 10 - 12.
Growing in a lowland forest of mixed conifer and broadleaf species. Found on a blown-down decaying branch of unknown species near sodden ground. Growing in a cluster of approximately 30 bodies.
This plant smells weird.