Fungi

Amanita gemmata

Amanita gemmata

Amanita gemmata has a distinct 4 to 10cm diameter, rounded cap on top of a 5 to 13cm tall, .5 to 2cm thick, white stalk. The cap is a creamy light yellowish tan with a darker center and often displays warts that are the remnants of the universal veil....
Cantharellus cibarus

Cantharellus cibarus

The Golden Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarus ) is one of the most readily identifiable, edible mushrooms due to the distinctive orange to bright orange color of the cap that is persistent under the cuticle and the stalk in addition to the characteristic...
Cantharellus subalbidus

Cantharellus subalbidus

A member of the Cantharellaceae family of fungi, Cantharellus subalbidus is a relatively dry, large, fleshy, terrestrial basidiomycete. The cap is plane to broadly depressedwith margins often appearing wavy and irregular. The surface of the cap is smooth...
Dacrymyces palmatus

Dacrymyces palmatus

Dacrymyces palmatus is commonly known as Witch&rslquo;s Buttter due to the bright-orange to yellow color and gelatinous nature of the fungus. The folklore behind this species, indicates that witches leave dabs of butter for elves and pixies in the woods...
Helvella crispa

Helvella crispa

Helvella crispa , commonly known as ‘Fluted White Elfin Saddle’, is a species of false morel possessing an irregularly, saddle shaped, white to creamy buff colored cap on a 3-10 cm long by .8-3 cm wide, deeply ribbed stalk of the same color...
Sparassis crispa

Sparassis crispa

Sparassis crispa is a mushroom of the Clavariaceae family. The common name of S. crispa is the Cauliflower Mushroom due to the white, compactly branched mass of flat, nearly leaf-like lobes forming a head-like structure. All the lobes meet at the base...

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