bizarre coral starts black with brain-like tips, later becoming purplish tan with short branches and brown tips. Could just be strange from recent freezing weather. Near Floras Lake, Curry County, OR
Found growing in a small group of three in soil
Waxy decurrent gills
White stipe, gills and cap
Growing solitary beneath conifers. Light orange-brown cap, about 6cm broad with small teeth on underside where gills would be.
Bright peach-orange cap 6 cm wide with hairy scales slightly lifted off cap.
Stem has decurrent veins, similar to that of a chanterelle but not as deep.
Cap: lavender, darker(brownish) in center, whitish margin
Gills: white-light purple
Gills: white, widely spaced, decurrent and waxy
grows scattered under yew, doug fir, cedar and hemlock
Cap: conic,orange, bruises black
Gills: white, bruises black
Stalk: bright yellow-orange to greenish
base grayish (parasitized)
Found on a very dead doug-fir in old conifer stand.
Particularly scaly specimen found in very dry conditions.
A button and a mature specimen found under doug-fir in old growth forest.
Scattered throughout Douglas fir dominated forest in groups or alone. Bright red gills and cap.
Part of the C. cylindripes group, the "slimy" corts. Growing in humus on a slope next to trail.
Found crossing the road.
Found growing scattered under conifers in moss near decaying wood. Very possible that there was decaying wood/humus in the substrate.
Found growing grouped on very rotten wood near a river.
Found growing all over. At first glance, it appeared to be growing out of soil/moss on the ground, but digging revealed it was growing on decaying conifer wood.
Found growing scattered on decaying conifer wood alongside mosses. Cap and gills are cream colored. White spore print.
Found growing scattered on decaying conifer wood. Habitat dominated by Douglas fir, yew, and mosses.
Found growing in moss under Douglas fir. Deep violet stalk and cap with rusty brown spore print. Habitat dominated by Douglas fir, yew, sword fern, and mosses.
This was an unusual find, the feathers of a yellow-shafted Northern Flicker.
This is a relatively rare West Coast visitor.
The walking tracks of an American crow along the shore of the Columbia River.
Raccoon using a bounding gait, and another photo of where it consumed a clam.
With a Common Goldeneye.