Exploring Gabriola: Mushrooms

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Presented without much comment, some more photos I have collected of mushrooms seen on the trails near my house. So many!! I’ve identified the ones I’m learning, but nothing is 100% โค

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^ Hygrocybe miniata (red waxy caps)

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^ Possible Sulphur tufts or it’s edible lookalike Hypholoma capnoides. Not sure.

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^ Possible Pleurocybella porrigens (angel wings)

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^ Possibly Marasmiellus candidus

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^ Lichenomphalia umbellifera

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^ Russula (I did a bite test on this one! Mild, not bitter.)

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^ Hygrocybe miniata (red waxy caps)

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^ Hypholoma fasciculare (sulphur tufts) or Hypholoma capnoides, not sure.

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^ Likely a shaggy parasol

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^ lichen (not actually a mushroom!)

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^ Amanita, possibly pantherina

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^ Amanita, possibly pantherina

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^ Amanita, possibly pantherina

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^ A type of conk

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^ Hypomyces lactifluorum (Lobster, likely was a russula brevipes)

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^ Possible Gomphidius subroseus or Gomphidius oregonensis

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^ Tremella mesenterica (witches butter)

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^ Possible Gomphidius subroseus orย Gomphidius oregonensis. At first I thought russula, but look how the gills come down onto the stem.

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^ A type of Helvella (Elfin or Goblin’s Saddle)

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^ Pseudohydnum gelatinosum (Cat’s Tongue)

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