- Rosy Russula
- Short Stemmed Russula
- Cascade Russula
- Fircone Cap
- Glistening Inkcap
- Some kind of Stropharia
- Sulphur Tuft
- Western Painted Suillus
- Golden Chanterelle
- Tootled Jelly Fungus
- Pear-shaped Puffball
Here is a video of some of the Rosy Russulas.
I checked on a mushroom I saw last week which I think is Sulphur Tuft. Here is a side by side comparison with last weeks photo and todays:
There were lots of LBMs and several patches of what I think is Coprinellus micaceus or Glistening Inkcap.
Further down the trail I checked in an area where I found Cauliflower Mushrooms in previous years, after seeing Mike Orr's spectacular recent find: http://youtu.be/o972nq9ebDw I didn't find any Cauliflowers but found a whole bunch of Pear-shaped Puffballs. I have not actually found any of these on my own before, only with Jessica Wolf who pointed them out in a forest in Cedar. They were really tiny so I didn't pick any, but will check back in a few days and see how they are coming along.
Then, towards the end of the day I moved to another nearby forest and found two lovely specimens of Lobster Mushroom which I brought home and cleaned. These were alongside a flush of Cascade Russulas -- their probable victims.
|Young Fresh Lobster Mushrooms|