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Among the 50-60 specimens that I found, I readily recognized two having been parasitized by Hypomyces cervinigenus because they were totally...
On November 18, 2018, in a response to my Identification request “ID confirm or correct please”, you identified one of my specimens, a...
The mushrooms were 7-8 feet above ground, and I was not able to get my camera above them.
You see beauty among the ruin.
Beauty does not last forever. This was what they looked like two months later.
I went back several times, and was unable to relocate the jelly fungi. The staff at the park had been felling unhealthy trees, and logs...
I went back after Christmas. There were still some mushrooms on the tree trunk, although they appeared yellowish brown rather than...
Thank you for the info.
At least, it is easy to distinguish the fruit of Cornus kousa from those of C. florida and C. nuttallii.
I like dogwood flowers, but I have not been observant and did not know they produce colourful and edible fruits too.
I didn't relate this beautiful red fruit to its dogwood-like white flowers.
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...
They are so beautiful to be eaten.
Would be a nice plant for the home garden.
Thank you Frog.
"A fungus growing on another fungus" !
I will take another look when it is not so icy.
Thank you for your encouragement and support.
Thank you. Very interesting plant.
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...
Good morning Frog,
Thank you for spending time and providing me the analytical approach to ID of these mushrooms.
I am a slow learner regarding...
I try to work out the ID of these mushrooms. Please confirm or correct.
A - Ampulloclitocybe clavipes
B - Aureoboletus mirabilis
C - Boletes...