The coral mushrooms have been in great abundance.
And this one the greatest size. Perfect.
A fuzzy ear.
I found a cache of oysters, but the recent rains and a day too late had me leave them for the flies.
Then some more.
Have you seen oysters with frilly edges?
These were a fantastic find, bright white in the dark woods.
An interesting slime mold on decaying wood.
Which then sprouted these fungal growths.
Near the slime mold grew these little pink-salmon rounds.
I'll have to check back in on them to see how they've grown.
I think the two above are the same -young Chinese Snow Fungus, Tremella Fuciformis.
Orange mushrooms in the dark.
Some particularly fine-colored Turkey Tail, Trametes versicolor.
Phosphorescent mushrooms. Rex and Betsy had seen glowing mushrooms one night, years ago, in the woods of his old place. Alas, these were not. At least not yet.