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garylincoff Pink lady slipper orchid
Pink lady slipper orchid commented on by garylincoff Charleston, West Virginia, USA9 years ago

Beautiful lady's slipper - nice rich woods with ground pine around it - and oak leaves about............see if you can spot any mushrooms within 10 feet or so of this lady's slipper....the mushrooms don't have to appear at the same time as the flower.....The mushrooms could be helping this orchid get its needed nutrients.

garylincoff Mushrooms
Mushrooms commented on by garylincoff Quezaltenango, Guatemala9 years ago

looks like what we used to call Collybia confluens - now a Gymnopus - a white-spored mushroom, nothing like a Psilocybe.

garylincoff Common mushroom
Common mushroom commented on by garylincoff Atlanta, Georgia, USA9 years ago

not a puffball! You can see it has a stem and what appears to be a veil (covering the gills - which look unopened as yet.........looks like an Agaricus

garylincoff Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by garylincoff Texas, USA9 years ago

Leucocoprinus birnbaumii

garylincoff Mushroom
Mushroom commented on by garylincoff Lat: 0.00 Lon: 0.009 years ago

The genus is Coprinus, the genus of inky cap mushrooms

garylincoff Mushroom
Mushroom commented on by garylincoff Quezaltenango, Guatemala9 years ago

Amanita.......close to Amanita flavoconia

garylincoff Mushroom
Mushroom commented on by garylincoff Alberta, Canada9 years ago

could be Cantharellus cinnabarinus - depending on whether the "gills" are forked or not. if not, then it's a species of Hygrocybe

garylincoff Coral mushroom
Coral mushroom commented on by garylincoff Quezaltenango, Guatemala9 years ago

a coral mushroom, genus Ramaria

garylincoff Mushroom
Mushroom commented on by garylincoff California, USA9 years ago

this is a species of Laccaria

garylincoff Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by garylincoff Lat: 44.71 Lon: -63.069 years ago

looks like a waxy cap, a species of Hygrocybe

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