2013 / Fall / Hiking / Mountains / Nature / Park Ranger

There’s a Fungus Among Us, and I’m Lichen it!

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Today I spent some time prior to my ranger-led program on the John’s Lake Loop photographing the variety of mushrooms that have literally appeared out of nowhere in the last two weeks. I don’t know what pretty much any of them are, so if any mycophiles out there can give me some ID tips, I’d greatly appreciate it! Without further ado, bring on the mushroom beauty shots ~
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Old rotted Suillus
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Suillus sp.
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Xeromphalina campanella or Golden Trumpets

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Sparassis radicata or Cauliflower Mushroom
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Cortinarius pluvius or an agaric
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Clitocybe sp

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Suillus grevillei or Larch Bolete
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Suillus grevillei or Larch Bolete
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Inocybe sp.

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