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Bright orange. Formerly Omphalotus illudens.
Toxic; causes severe gastrointestinal upsets.
One of the most poisonous mushroom
Walking wild woodland with a stream about 4 mtrs away.
Thanks for the ID ...
Orange mushroom with dew on it. Then again dry. Grew it about a 50cm circle.
Bright orange gilled mushroom typically growing in clumps.
Orange gilled mushroom growing in a large, dense clump measuring over 2" at the ...
Small, wrinkled caps.
Growing from rotting tree stump
On mushroom Omphalotus
Beautiful group of fungus under an oak tree.
Hard wood forest, growing from oak roots.
Jack-o'-lantern mushrooms, spotted growing at the base of an olive tree's ...
I found this after a thunder storm in the shade at my friend's house
Lone bright yellow mushroom growing next to the trail.
Omphalotus olearius, commonly known as the ...
In the woods on a dead tree.
Unfortunately not the best pictures, but a sighting is a sighting
poisonous if eaten... not to be mistaken for chanterelle
Bright orange mushrooms growing around a stump
Large orange fungi growing out of ground. Boot in photo for perspective.
Enormous fruiting of bright orange shrooms growing from a massive oak stump in ...
Large mushrooms in a large cluster at the base of a tree (sorry, don't know ...
Robust orange mushroom with bright yellow gills and plain white stipe.
'Lantern? Omphalotus illudens? Gymnopilus?
Mass of yellow-orange each individually about 2-3" tall, growing on a mossy, ...
A medium sized mushroom with a flattish pale yellow and stained looking top ...
Large colony of bright yellow/orange mushrooms.
-An old and somewhat rotten mushroom.
Grows in clusters.
Collection of beautiful mushrooms on a log at Beechwood Farms.
bioluminescent gills, bright orange color