Found at Bastyr University in gardens along east walkway
cap: light brown, convex, sticky
polypore: dark brown pores, not blue when pressed
stipe: 2-4 cm, wood appearance on outside. yellow fibrous on inside.
scent: musky soil
Found in Bothell Washington next to a small patch of grass on the side of the road. Under trees and next to amanita muscaria and many other varieties of mushrooms. Small mushrooms have a more convex cap and mature ones have more of a flat cap.
cap is flat when mature and button when immature
hymenium is free
stipe has a ring and volva
spore print is white
Found alongside a road in bothell outside a subway restaraunt in a patch of grass near trees and many other variety of mushrooms.
At work we stumbled upon this awesome butterfly!
Unknown pale yellow mushroom emerging from a rotting log in a wetland with salmon berry and western red cedar.
Fertile shoots of Equisetum telmateia just emerging from damp soil along trail. No sign of the vegetative shoots yet.
Western hemlock with last year's seed cones and this year's purple pollen cones.
Several flowering lily's in wet alder/BLmaple part of Lee Forest.
Not positive on ID, seemed like closest in Pojar but not to sure. Thick ridged grass found in swampy standing water bottom of slight hill in a western red cedar, hemlock part of Lee Forest.
Fairly heavily covered dead stump of I assume is a W Red Cedar in Lee Forest with burn evidence, probably from fairly recent fire event. Largest mushrooms appeared to be about nickel size, help ID please
Small group of ferns growing on a Big Leaf Maple? about 15-20 feet up in dominant Doug Fir, Hemlock, W Red Cedar section of Lee Forest.
One of about 6-8 in a little standing water in a fairly small Big Leaf Maple and probably Alder section of Lee Forest.