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RexFantastic

Grand Rapids, MI

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RexFantastic Jack-o'Lantern mushroom
Jack-o'Lantern mushroom commented on by RexFantastic Euless, Texas, USA6 years ago

Very cool looking mushroom. You cold also try posting this to http://mushroomobserver.org/ they are great at identifying stuff.

RexFantastic Yellow Navel
Yellow Navel commented on by RexFantastic Victoria, Australia7 years ago

Beautiful little mushrooms.

RexFantastic King Oyster Mushroom
King Oyster Mushroom commented on by RexFantastic Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA7 years ago

Thanks for the friendly comments guys! And thanks to CorduneanuVlad for the ID. I would never have guessed this was a non-native oyster mushroom just growing roadside.

RexFantastic Unidentified
Unidentified commented on by RexFantastic Mission, Texas, USA7 years ago

It looks most likely to me to be the stem of a mushroom that has lost it's cap. It could be something else though, maybe a malformed mushroom or possibly some kind of stinkhorn.

RexFantastic The Retro Inky Cap
The Retro Inky Cap commented on by RexFantastic Iowa, USA7 years ago

Beautiful and amazing!

RexFantastic Pink Earth Lichen
Pink Earth Lichen commented on by RexFantastic Vermont, USA7 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!

RexFantastic Bird's Nest Fungi
Bird's Nest Fungi commented on by RexFantastic Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA7 years ago

Thank you Lauren, that really means a lot to me :)

RexFantastic Cup Fungi
Cup Fungi commented on by RexFantastic Panamá, Panama7 years ago

Beautiful!

RexFantastic Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by RexFantastic Boutersem, Vlaanderen, Belgium7 years ago

This looks like it is probably some dryad's saddle (Polyporus squamosus). A little unusual of a specimen with such a pronounced stem.

Here is a link to a similar specimen: http://mushroomobserver.org/142113?q=212...

RexFantastic Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by RexFantastic Anderson, South Carolina, USA7 years ago

Definitely an earthstar mushroom of some kind. Usually they are symbiotes that grow around the roots of plants.

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