Light orange shimmering cap, bell shaped to convex. Darker gray towards margins. Margins become frayed and liquefy with age.
On decaying wood under Acer macrophyllum (bigleaf maple). Flavor and smell is mild.
Found off the farm trail after a day of rain. Growing in the crevice between two large branches of a big leaf maple in large clusters. No longer shiny, likely washed off by the rain. Bell shaped cap, mushroom heights ranging from 4-6 cm.
Small shaggy mushroom growing on a log in a creek bed
Under madrone in forest or madrone, Douglas fir
El ambiente era cálido, si le pegaba el Sol a este Hongo pero ligeramente.
Lo encontre aislado de la gente, con muchos arboles alrededor.
Estaba al lado justamente de algunos troncos.
Había muchos hongos cercanos éste.
Growing in wet soil mixed with wood chips
Growing from manuka log lying in damp litter and grass. Dark grey-brownish gills.
Dozens and dozens of these growing from a log!
Growing at the base of a P. radiata stump.
Growing at the base of an old P. radiata stump.
Under old Karo (Pittosporum crassifolium) tree.
Psathyrellaceae: Coprinellus micaceus ? young ?
Small toadstools in lawn.
Amanitaceae: Amanita sp.
Strange place for shaggy inkcap mushrooms, high in the air on a rotting branch.
In the grass under a kowhai tree in Cracroft Reserve by our house.