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Yellow/peach-colored, dry cap.
Forest, near a lake.
Forest, near lake.
No idea if this is a slime mold, fungus, or what.
As implied by the name, its head has a copper tone to it.
Cap looks like it has spikes.
Dry red cap, cup-like depression in the middle. Appeared to have damage from ...
Small leaf with what looks like a red fruit emerging from the middle. ...
Small, wrinkled caps.
Parasite, cannot photosynthesize on its own.
Golden hairs covering its body, thin body, third set of legs fattened.
White, dry cap, wooly scales, flecked with black.
Covered in white setae, with black tufts that are urticating hairs.
Brownish orange, produces a white milk that stains brown. Dry, smooth cap.
Has thin black stalks with thicker red sporangia about halfway up the stalks. ...
This is a mating pair, with the male on top. There are slight differences ...
This moth has a black band behind its head, hair legs, and a red stripe at the ...
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