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On November 18, 2018, in a response to my Identification request “ID confirm or correct please”, you identified one of my specimens, a...
I looked through my files and found a photo of a tree, also taken at QE Park a while ago, that has red strawberry-like fruits. I notice that the...
I was at QE Park this morning, and had walked past this path many times before and never noticed this shrub. A flock of bushtits flew to this...
Saw this white fungus on a slippery slope at QE Park today.
Did not want to chance falling down, and only took picture of it.
They are entirely...
I try to work out the ID of these mushrooms. Please confirm or correct.
A - Ampulloclitocybe clavipes
B - Aureoboletus mirabilis
C - Boletes...
This one is smaller than the previous three purple mushrooms.
It looks different from the Cortinarius sp. (with a pointed cap and a purple stalk)...
I came across three different groups of purple mushrooms at different places on Mayne Island.
A – Found broken. Cap quite substantial, probably...
These were taken at various places on Mayne Island.
Are they all Mycena?
Seen in Richmond.
Noticed these plane-like structures at the edge of my photographs.
What are these?
Seen on Mayne Island.
About 30 of these scattered on a patch of lawn.
Cap: brown, 1 to 1 ½ inch
Gills: brown, coarse, branched
Seen on Mayne Island. Do they belong to the Russula sp.?
Found in Richmond. We have seen Tremella mesenterica (yellow) and Ascocoryne sarcoides (purple) fungi. These yellow-orange blobs look different. I...
Found in Richmond. These are very distinctive and beautiful. What are they?
I have photos of two fungi growing on man-made wooden structures.
A Taken in Richmond on a wooden bridge by a pond.
B Taken on Mayne Island on...
Seen on Mayne Island. These small yellow mushrooms grow in the cracks of the tree bark. Bell shape, yellow with brownish dots. Unfortunately I do...
Seen in Richmond. These little cups look like ripen shell of the roundish structures on the right side. What are they? A Canadian quarter is place...
These were seen on Mayne Island. Are these greenish fungi Trametes versicolor, Stereum hirsutum or something else entirely?
These two mushrooms grow side by side; seen on Mayne Island.
I labelled the skinny grey one as Coprinopsis lagopus,
and the large whitish one as...
These were seen on a fallen log in Richmond.
1/4 to 1 1/2 inches in diameter.
White cap, gills off white.
Kindly ID please.
A bunch of white mushrooms on living tree trunk seen at Mayne Island.
All white, about 1 to 1 1/2 inches in diameter, fleshy, with gills.