Large leafs, 5 prongs
Small oval leaves
Foamy white berries
2-3 ft tall
Segmented stem with long bristle-like leaves
Sharp edges, grows low to the ground.
Shelf fungi growing on a fallen log near a stream. Dark brown on top, lighter underneath. Smooth top
Small mushrooms growing right next to and on a fallen log. Light to dark brown. Grow in clusters.
Flat mushroom growing on a fallen log. Layers of color and shape make them look like turkey tails.
Small mushroom found under small bush and fallen leaves and twigs. Head is about nickle-sized.
Leafy algae covering ground near a small stream. Bright green.
Mushroom found in wood chip area. Flat yellow-orange cap with slight bump in center. About a 2 in. high tan stem and crowded brown gills underneath.
These are mushrooms I found close to the lake along the path in the Union Bay Natural Area. Their caps were soft and fuzzy, with few small pores. The gills were light in color.
This is a mushroom I found along the path at the Union Bay Natural Area. It is delicate like a Mycena but has dark brown gills and I can't figure out what it is. Help if you can!
This is a lichen I saw was unable to identify, any help is appreciated!
I believe this is a type of cricket but I was unable to locate something similar to it in my field guide, any help would be much appreciated.