Found under a pine, stalk with no veil and dark brown dots, no blue bruising
flat cap. lighter and brighter at edge. wrinkled, hard, attached directly to wood.
cap umbrella shape is flat. skin deep red. stalk white.
pale yellow/green forking branches with white undersides. growing on a branch.
This coral fungus was seen on the leaf litter in the Coast redwood forest within the upper riparian zone of Stockhoff Creek, about 700 meters inland from Stillwater Cove.
4 cm dia. on almost 10 cm stalk. white upperside and darker center, pinkish underside.
translucent white fungus growing in several clumps in moss beneath Corylus cornuta and alder
half-dollar sized mushrooms growing on mossy bank on trail down to little carson falls
This foliose lichen was seen on a native Northern California black walnut tree in the Jack London State Historical Park. The tree is living and the branch of residence is about 180 cm above the ground.
This mushroom was seen growing on the floor of the coastal Bishop pine forest at this location. The cap diameter is about five cm. The stalk is decidedly reddish.
This fairly large bolete species was seen in the understory of the Bishop pine dominant coastal forest. The cap diameter of this specimen measures nine cm and the stalk length was a sizable eleven cm.
thick on the ground
Not sure what this is!
weird parasite on Lepidoptera larvae