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SabinNeatu Earthball  Scleroderma sp.
Earthball Scleroderma sp. commented on by SabinNeatu Manchester, Maryland, USA8 years ago

Maybe a Boletus chrysenteron?

SabinNeatu bracket fungus
bracket fungus commented on by SabinNeatu Indonesia8 years ago

I found Fomitopsis pinicola on decidous trees so it doesn't live exclusively on coniferous ones.

SabinNeatu Russula?
Russula? commented on by SabinNeatu Florida, USA8 years ago

They look like old Russula lepida.

SabinNeatu Velvet tooth
Velvet tooth commented on by SabinNeatu Romania8 years ago

Looks like Hydnellum spongiosipes. Thanks.

SabinNeatu Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by SabinNeatu Québec, Canada8 years ago

I would say it is a Russula lepida. Anyway, great shot!

SabinNeatu Grisette
Grisette commented on by SabinNeatu Oak Hill, Tennessee, USA8 years ago

I guess it looks like Amanita vaginata.

SabinNeatu Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by SabinNeatu Massachusetts, USA8 years ago

This looks like a young Ramaria, maybe pallida, I don't know.

SabinNeatu Earth Star
Earth Star commented on by SabinNeatu Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, USA8 years ago

Which is not helpful at all, sorry.

SabinNeatu Earth Star
Earth Star commented on by SabinNeatu Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, USA8 years ago

I can only tell you that this is a Geastrum sp.

SabinNeatu Dog Sick Slime Mould
Dog Sick Slime Mould commented on by SabinNeatu Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom8 years ago

Looks like a Hericium coralloides, but in an advance state of degradation.

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