I read another thread where someone was requesting more fungi photos. Well, here ya go. This is Gomphus floccosus, a.k.a. Woolly Chanterelle. In the constantly shifting taxonomic landscape of mycology, I'm not absolutely certain this is the "true" G. floccosus, but it keyed out most convincingly that way. One thing for sure is that it is a relative of the true Chanterelle, belonging to the Cantharellaceae family. Like that species, spore-bearing basidia are born not on true gills, but on blunted gill-like ridges that line the tissue beneath the cap. Unlike the true Chanterelle, this species is not generally considered edible. It is, in fact, listed as poisonous in some field guides. This photo was taken in November of 2004, in Multnomah County, Oregon.