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Dead Man's Foot Pisolithus tinctorius

Observer

emunoz

Date

September 22, 2020

Description

This fungus was observed around my home shaded underneath an ornamental plant. It appears to be very dry and released a brown puff when lightly prodded with a stick. This belongs to the phylum of Ascomycota

References:
https://www.ck12.org/book/ck-12-biology-advanced-concepts/section/12.24/

http://arborist.forest.usf.edu/floridafungi/71

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
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kulkarni_n_22

Date

September 5, 2020 05:18 PM EDT

Description

The fungi was white and had a rough texture, especially at the top. It was about 2 inches wide and 5 inches tall. The base and the top were both wider than the middle portion. This mushroom was in a park in a woods-like area. More information can be found at: http://arborist.forest.usf.edu/floridafungi

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Leavenworth's Tickseed Coreopsis leavenworthii

Observer

duncan_b_22

Date

September 23, 2020 04:18 PM HST

Description

Seed Plant:

Organism was located at Flatwoods Park Trail

Organism was about 24 inches tall. Very thin stem, bright yellow petals, and was brown in the center of the flower. Was found on the edge of a sunny grass field next to the parks trail.

The visual characteristics which let me to believe that this organism was a seeded plant was its vascular tissue and its use of seeds to reproduce.

Known geographic distribution of the organism is Central and eastern United States. Expected bloom time of this seeded plant is June to September.

https://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?taxonid=277179&isprofile=0&

Leavenworth's Tickseed - Photo (c) Judy Gallagher, some rights reserved (CC BY), uploaded by Judy Gallagher
campbell29's ID: Leavenworth's Tickseed (Coreopsis leavenworthii)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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shenk_a_024

Date

September 23, 2020 12:54 PM EDT

Description

Large and small patches all over the tree, light-green in color.
Reference: www.waysofenlichenment.net/lichens/

Speckled Shield Lichens - Photo (c) Marley Ford, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Speckled Shield Lichens (Genus Punctelia)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Longleaf Pine Pinus palustris

Observer

divyasheth

Date

September 23, 2020 12:12 PM EDT

Description

This line took much to get too. It was about 7 feet in height and very thin stemmed. It had pines that sat down and give a fronze appearance. It had many many pines.

Pines - Photo (c) 116916927065934112165, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA), uploaded by Matt Muir
campbell29's ID: Pines (Genus Pinus)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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elliott_s_019

Date

September 23, 2020 05:39 PM EDT

Description

Fungi; Found in Sterling Ranch Park near a small creek

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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emunoz

Date

September 22, 2020

Description

This moss is extremely sparse in the location it was found, only populating the spaces between pieces of bark on an oak tree. It was located at the place where 2 branches meet and form a bowl shape that holds water better than the rest of the trunk. The phylum this belongs to is Bryophyta.

Reference:
https://florida.plantatlas.usf.edu/documents/guide-to-the-mosses-of-central-florida.pdf

True Mosses - Photo (c) Cody Hough, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
campbell29's ID: True Mosses (Class Bryopsida)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Southern Live Oak Quercus virginiana

Observer

emunoz

Date

September 22, 2020

Description

The Live Oak I observed was about 60 feet tall and was in good condition.
The leaves are about 2 inches, green, and slightly waxy on one side.
The tree observed was beginning produce acorns. This is a vascular seeded plant.

Southern Live Oak - Photo (c) John Winder, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
campbell29's ID: Southern Live Oak (Quercus virginiana)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Leavenworth's Tickseed Coreopsis leavenworthii

Observer

davis_v_21

Date

September 23, 2020 05:37 PM EDT

Description

Tickseed flowers. Kingdom Plantae. Genus Coreopsis. Small yellow flowers about 1-1.5 inches across. They grew in clusters and varied in shapes and sizes. 6-8 petals on each flower. Grew about 6-10 inches off of the ground. Found growing in woods at Lettuce Lake Park in Tampa, Florida.
Reference: https://uswildflowers.com/detail.php?SName=Coreopsis%20tripteris

Leavenworth's Tickseed - Photo (c) Judy Gallagher, some rights reserved (CC BY), uploaded by Judy Gallagher
campbell29's ID: Leavenworth's Tickseed (Coreopsis leavenworthii)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Christmas Lichen Herpothallon rubrocinctum

Observer

davis_v_21

Date

September 23, 2020 05:22 PM EDT

Description

“Christmas Tree Lichen”. Kingdom Fungi. Genus Cryptothecia. Found on lots of trees. Varied in length of patches from about 1-8 inches and in width about .5-6 inches. Colorful red edges with a white-gray center. Found on the middle of a tree, where it covered a total area of about nearly 2 feet. Found on a tree in Lettuce Lake Park in Tampa, Florida.
Reference: https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/1949377626

Christmas Lichen - Photo (c) Mary Keim, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
campbell29's ID: Christmas Lichen (Herpothallon rubrocinctum)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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What

Basidiomycete Fungi Phylum Basidiomycota

Observer

lionlake

Date

May 29, 2018

Description

very small sized, cute, clustered and bunched or grouped, and white.
seems to grow in gardens and abundant.

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
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Ants Family Formicidae

Observer

davis_v_21

Date

September 23, 2020 07:14 PM EDT

Description

Ant. Kingdom Animalia. Phylum Arthropoda. Has rounded body with black abdomen. Has 6 legs. About 2mm in length. Found near ant hill at Lettuce Lake Park in Tampa, Florida.
Reference: https://www.insectidentification.org/insect-description.asp?identification=Ant

Ants - Photo (c) Philip Herbst, all rights reserved
campbell29's ID: Ants (Family Formicidae)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Orange Pinwheel Marasmius siccus

Observer

yassine_j_21

Date

September 9, 2020

Description

These mushrooms are basidiomycete fungi with white spores. They have thin, yet tough stems. Some look like little umbrellas while others appear like an umbrella flipped inside out. They're no bigger than a thumb or a pinky finger. Their colors range from a bright orange to a more muted orange, nearing a tan color. They can be found just about anywhere, typically growing on mosses or in rather damp soil. This specimen was found in a field near castor beach.

Stevens, Michael Wood & Fred. “California Fungi: Marasmius Oreades.” MykoWeb, www.mykoweb.com/CAF/species/Marasmius_oreades.html.

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Baldcypress Taxodium distichum

Observer

curtin_s_23

Date

September 9, 2020 07:03 PM EDT

Description

I observed this bald cypress tree (Taxodium distichum) along the shoreline of the Hillsborough River in Tampa, Florida on September 9th, at 7:03 pm. This bald cypress tree was located near many other bald cypress trees, which dominate the shoreline of this section of the Hillsborough River. Bald cypress is native primarily in the south eastern United States, and is mainly found in wetlands, and near the shores of fresh water lakes and rivers. Bald cypress trees have sparse, green needles, which turn brown and fall off in the winter. Bald cypress trees are characterized by brown/grey bark, sparse green needles, a wide base that tapers to the top, a wetland habitat, and woody knees, which rise above the water. This particular bald cypress looked to be roughly 60 feet tall, and i would approximate the base of the tree to be about 3 feet in diameter. Bald cypress trees are conifers, members of phylum coniferophyta, and their seeds are located in their cones, which they drop in order to reproduce. I used this website to get information about the bald cypress tree.

Baldcypress - Photo (c) Melissa McMasters, some rights reserved (CC BY)
campbell29's ID: Baldcypress (Taxodium distichum)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Fungi Including Lichens Kingdom Fungi

Observer

francomarti_j_20

Date

September 22, 2020

Description

This is a orange peel fungus. This fungus was located in a neighborhood park area near other wild life plants. The was around 10-15 miniature appearing fungus linearly growing among the grass area. Some contained a deep orange color at the core while others were a light pasty orange. These fungi are not poisonous and are actually beneficial for the soil.

Source: Aleuria aurantia, Orange Peel Fungus. First-nature.com. (2020).

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Flowering Plants Subphylum Angiospermae

Observer

almomani_n_901

Date

September 23, 2020

Description

The plant observed was very low on the ground, it didn’t go over 40cm in length. It had a dark green color with broad thick leaves with rough edges. the leaves had only one vessel going down the middle of each. The leaves followed a wavy kind of pattern. They were also covered with small sharp white thorns from all areas. The thorns were no longer than a few millimeters and they were tough.
I found the Aloe in an open field in Jubaiha, Amman, Jordan. The field did not have much other wild life except a few oats and trees. The soil in the area was a little dry and full on rocks. This and only one other Aloe were the only two I could find in the entire field.
reference: https://florida.plantatlas.usf.edu/Plant.aspx?id=1491

Flowering Plants - Photo (c) lauriesibley, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Flowering Plants (Subphylum Angiospermae)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Cottontail Rabbits Genus Sylvilagus

Observer

shah_k_22

Date

September 23, 2020 05:00 PM EDT

Description

I found this rabbit on the side of a trail. Right when you enter Lettuce Lake Park once you park your car in the first lot you see which will be on the left you will go West on the trail and while walking on the West trail there was a straight walkway slightly covered in trees and on the left side of the trail that is where I found the rabbit. It was very near the Cypress Dome at Lettuce Lake. Which is a very swampy area of Lettuce Lake park. The swamp rabbit is the largest member of the cottontail genus. The swamp rabbit typically eats grass, sedges, shrubs, twigs, tree seedlings, and tree bark. Which is actually what I found it doing before it spotted me then running off shortly after.
Source
https://www.nwf.org/Educational-Resources/Wildlife-Guide/Mammals/Swamp-Rabbit

Marsh Rabbit - Photo (c) Tomfriedel, some rights reserved (CC BY)
campbell29's ID: Marsh Rabbit (Sylvilagus palustris)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Flowering Plants Subphylum Angiospermae

Observer

figueroa_a_901

Date

September 23, 2020 06:01 PM HST

Description

The images depict a white Bladderflower growing form the seed. I have decided to use this plant as my seed plant because this plant has many characteristics of a seed plant. These organisms are very small since they are just growing and they appear to be about 2-3 inches tall. The organism appears green and it already has a stem and leaves depicting that it is growing. The location of this plant it as a public park located next to a beach so that plant is in a very resourceful area for food, sunlight, and resources needed for survival. This is a seed plant because the plant is surrounded by other plants that are growing because they seed is continuing to grow into a plant. Seed plants being as very small sprouts just like the images depicted which is why it is a seed plant. Seed plants are very capable of reproduction and they are also a great food source for animals such as butterflies. This plant would be phylum level four since it is a flowering plant that creates flowers.

Reference:
“Araujia Sericifera - Brot.” Araujia Sericifera Cruel Plant, White Bladderflower PFAF Plant Database, Plants For A Future , 2020, pfaf.org/user/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Araujia+sericifera.

Flowering Plants - Photo (c) lauriesibley, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Flowering Plants (Subphylum Angiospermae)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Common Fiber Vase Thelephora terrestris

Observer

mangum_j_23

Date

September 17, 2020 05:52 PM EDT

Description

This fungi was observed near Holly K at the University of South Florida. It resided in a shaded area, off of the sidewalk near mulch, dirt, and branches. It exuded a light brown color with a white trim that curled upward. It was about an inch across in diameter and very low to the ground. I identified this as a Common Fiber Vase after referring to http://www.mushroom.world/mushrooms/list to reinforce my classification.

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Powdered Ruffle Lichen Parmotrema hypotropum

Observer

montrose_z_22

Date

September 23, 2020 05:35 PM EDT

Description

This lichen was found on the bark of a tree, located near a wet land. This wetland was located at Miramar Pinelands nature park. This species is grey with a green undertone. As the general name implies , the lichen has a ‘ruffled’ , ‘powdered’ like surface that grows along the bark of the tree. The swollen, powdery-looking rims bear "soralia," which in turn are composed of "soredia," which are composed of small groups of algal cells surrounded by fungal filaments (Jim Conrad). These special features of the powdered ruffle lichen are what makes this so significant and easy to identify. The sexual spores can also be seen once observed closely.
Reference: https://www.backyardnature.net/n/x/rufflich.htm

Common Lichens - Photo (c) J Brew, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
campbell29's ID: Common Lichens (Class Lecanoromycetes)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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House Geckos Genus Hemidactylus

Observer

francomarti_j_20

Date

September 22, 2020

Description

This gecko appeared to be around 5-6 inches long and contained white, almost clear appearing skin. This common house gecko can be considered a deuterostome. These geckos usually gather around lighted buildings and can survive off of insects and bugs. These gecko also appear to be nocturnal creatures.

Source:
COMMON HOUSE GECKO Hemidactylus frenatus. Tsusinvasives.org. (2020)

House Geckos - Photo (c) Will Flaxington, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: House Geckos (Genus Hemidactylus)
Added on September 24, 2020.
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Butterweed Packera glabella

Observer

thomas_a_907

Date

September 15, 2020 12:10 PM EDT
Butterweed - Photo (c) Wendell Smith, some rights reserved (CC BY)
campbell29's ID: Butterweed (Packera glabella)
Added on September 17, 2020.
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Basidiomycete Fungi Phylum Basidiomycota

Observer

thomas_a_907

Date

September 15, 2020 12:03 PM EDT

Description

The Basidiomycete Fungi had a red and white top and yellow base. The organism was observed at the trail of Ford Alderman Park on September 12 at 12:03 pm. The Basidiomycete is usually found in wood areas and different terrestrial ecosystems. The fungi belongs to Basidiomycete because they have a club shapes spore and is a mushroom in the Basidiomycete fungal group. The fungi was about 2 inches and shaped like a mushroom. The color was red and white on the top and yellowish on the base on the fungi. The observation was made with inaturalist recommendation and id. The scientific name is Basidiomycota.

Reference:

http://archive.bio.ed.ac.uk/jdeacon/microbes/basidio.htm

Launius, Christie, and Holly Hassel. Threshold Concepts in Women's and Gender Studies Ways of Seeing, Thinking, and Knowing. Taylor and Francis, 2018.

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
Added on September 17, 2020.
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Mallard Anas platyrhynchos

Observer

dalamangas_e_011

Date

September 15, 2020

Description

Visual Description: A small to medium sized bird, less than a foot tall. Towards the end of its body, its feathers are a darker brown, but the tips of the "tail" are white. As the feathers get closer to the front of the body, they become a lighter cream color, with small darker brown spots. In the center of the body, where the wings are located, there is a prominent whit feather on either side. The bird's head is mainly the lighter cream color, but has a black strip at the top of the head, and through the eye. Its neck is short and stout. The beak is long and flat, with a pale yellow color. It has short legs and wide feet. Both the legs and feet are orange.

Habitat: The bird was found in the urban habitat of the University of South Florida's Simmons Park. It was surrounded by other ducks, and resting in the grass near a pond. The bird can be seen all throughout the US and in Canada and Northern Mexico. It is also in Europe, Asia, and Northern Africa. https://www.britannica.com/animal/mallard
References:
The Clements Checklist:
https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Mallard/id
Central Florida Backyard Identification:
https://www.blog.catandturtle.net/tag/mallard/

Mallard - Photo (c) anonymous, some rights reserved (CC BY-SA)
campbell29's ID: Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
Added on September 17, 2020.
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schweighart_r_13

Date

September 15, 2020 09:06 AM EDT

Description

The fungi that I found was in a similar marshy habitat that my eastern lubber was in. This was near a patch of freshly cut grass. I identified the mushroom as the laccaria lacatta, or deceiver mushroom. I made this decision based on its orangish-brown color, small size which was about 1 inch in diameter of the cap and 2 in length of the white stem. This seems to be fairly consistent among all sorts of deceiver mushrooms, and they all contain rather interesting gills below the cap which is one of their defining characteristics. (mushroomexpert.com). I could not tell if the mushroom had any reproducing structures, but know that the mushroom can break pieces of itself off in order to reproduce (mushroomobserver.org). There were other smaller mushrooms nearby which may indicate that this mushroom had reproduced earlier, but none were larger than this mushroom.
References:
https://mushroomobserver.org/glossary_terms/731

https://www.mushroomexpert.com/laccaria_laccata.html

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
Added on September 17, 2020.
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dantas_v_023

Date

September 14, 2020 11:02 PM EDT

Description

The Magic Mushroom is a fascinating fungus that has a very distinctive shape. It is a multicolored organism, consisting of brown and white colors. These mushrooms have a brown spot on the top of it and as it comes down it turns into a solid white. The head of the magic mushroom is very tiny, they can measure to be about 2 inches across. The one that I observed was about 1.4 inches across. They also have very tiny roots measuring up to 3-4 inches tall, the one that I observed was about 2 inches tall. The scientific term for this mushroom is Psilocybe cubensis. These mushrooms have been around the world for thousands of years, they were used in ancient religious rites and ceremonies. They are considered to be a hallucinogenic substance people ingest that grow in regions of Europe, Africa, South America, Mexico, and the United States (Kathleen Davis, 2019). I found this organism a few blocks from my house located in Orlando, Florida. Unfortunately, consuming these mushrooms may have some side effects, it can make you feel paranoid, anxious, panicked, or even overwhelmed. Therefore, if you chose to consume these, be very safe.

Davis, K. (2019). Psilocybin and magic mushrooms: Effects and risks. Retrieved September 15, 2020, from https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/308850

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
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Field Mushrooms, Puffballs, and Allies Family Agaricaceae

Observer

baughns_b_901

Date

June 18, 2020 03:26 AM EDT

Description

This fungus is called a White Dapperling (Leucoagaricus leucothites), also known as a white Agaricus mushroom. This mushroom is part of the Agaricaceae family in the genus Leucoagaricus. It is most common in Britain, Ireland and North America, and other parts of the world. This is a non cultivated species that is normally found on lawns, grasslands, fields, and woods. Usually, a large number of them are scattered throughout the ground. This particular mushroom was found on a university dorm lawn close by a tree. It is considered non cultivated because it was found growing on its own with no human intervention. This mushroom has a white cap about 4 inches wide with tiny flack or scales on it. In the middle of the cap has a brown center that looks like it is peeling off. The grills underneath the cap are white and close together. The thin white cylindrical stem is about 2 inches long with a brown ring around it. This mushroom is edible; however, this species is often confused with the toxic white ( Amanita) toadstools that grow in the same habitat

References: https://www.first-nature.com/fungi/leucoagaricus-leucothites.php
https://www.zoology.ubc.ca/~biodiv/mushroom/L_leucothites.html#:~:text=Spores%3A%207%E2%80%9310.0%20x%205.0,woods%2C%20and%20in%20human%20environments.
http://www.mykoweb.com/CAF/species/Leucoagaricus_leucothites.html

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Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
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Basidiomycete Fungi Phylum Basidiomycota

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lowder_b_28

Date

September 1, 2020 09:53 PM EDT

Description

Taken 9/1/2020 at 9:53
Having trouble identifying what species of mushroom it is, was found on an oak tea in complete shade in a humid area. About the size of my hand. more information was found by reading a research paper by Marco Coelho about "Fungal Sex" which gives information about reporduction of said organism.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5467461/

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
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Green-spored Parasol Chlorophyllum molybdites

Observer

ramnarace_l_904

Date

September 14, 2020 07:34 PM EDT

Description

This large mushroom stands at 20-25 cm tall and 15 cm win width. The top of the mushroom was a creamy white color and underneath has thin gills that are similar in color to the top. The stalk was a shade of brown close to the base and grew into a lighter shade at the top of the stalk.

Habitat
Found in grass taller than itself and next to some other mushrooms of the same description. It grew under a tall palm tree which didn't inhibit sunlight.

Reference
Mushroom Observer

I categorized this mushroom as a Green-spored Parasol due to the many similarities that they share. For instance they have white caps and large gills underneath. When they grow, they open up their tops wider as seen in the picture. Also, they tend to grow almost any where that they can get sunlight as this mushroom was found in such a place.

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
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Birch Milkcap Lactarius tabidus

Observer

perciballi_s_28

Date

September 16, 2020 11:35 AM EDT

Description

This mushroom was orangey-white, with ants crawling all over it. It has a very short stem, and a very broad cap that fringed around the edges. It was approximately 3 inches tall, and was found at the base of a tree. This fungi is found in North America and Britain, and is rampant in damp areas of these countries. Identification source:https://www.first-nature.com/fungi/lactarius-tabidus.php

Basidiomycete Fungi - Photo (c) Davide Puddu, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
campbell29's ID: Basidiomycete Fungi (Phylum Basidiomycota)
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