on side of creek
On dead Ash. Planning on a return Monday or Thursday, but we've had a bit of rain so I am not sure it will stay around.
It is a white, round fungus on a tree. It has a small brownish structure that is holding itself on the tree. It's diameter was about 7 cm, and height about 5cm from the tree
I 'think' this is a mold; certainly looked slimy; not sure if moldy.... Outside had the texture of the outside of a marshmallow; inside more like a cooked marshmallow. To be honest, this could have been a cooked marshmallow, if it wasn't for the fact that the area was quite a hike, and there were no other people in the area.
Not sure if this is a fungus. Growing half-way up an old cabbage tree beside a coastal track above the bay.
Enteridium lycoperdon. Els Poblets, Alicante, Spain
Fairly common slime mold in Finland
New one for me. Silvery fruitbody, context puffball-like, ejecting brown spores upon contact. Fruiting from Monterey pine near Cryptoporus volvatus.