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Cauliflower Coral spotted at the Hanauma ...
large whitish mushroom with a vague resemblance to
crowing on a basses of an oak.
Growing at base of conifer in mixed forest.
Pasta-like textured fronds, growing from base of dead white pine
wild bee with oil cauliflower
feeding on cauliflower leaves
In mulch pile. Strange cauliflower growth ...
I saw this flowered cauliflower in ...
coral-like leaves from a central base, looking somewhat
Spongy yellowish cream looking. The size of a softball.
Cauliflower mushroom? Whitish grey to cream ...
Larger, flatter fronds than its cousin, S. crispa
Pasta-like fronds, fruity smell, at the base of a pine tree
Paper thin, growing under box elder.
it looks like cauliflower and even a ...
Base of a dead oak
Rough and convoluted, this white fungus has neither gills nor stem.
More like the "egg noodle mushroom"! A tasty parasitic fungus!
Spotted on Auger Hole trail in Gorges State Park, NC
Spotted on Foothills Trail in the Pisgah National Forest, NC
Reference: Page 7 of http://www.psms.org/sporeprints/sp425.pdf
The female was feeding on the leaf at the same time.
a large & uncommon mushroom. It is also edible.
Growing at the base of a tree in Stanley Park.
looks a bit like flattened cauliflower