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gully.moy Hongo  Parasola
Hongo Parasola commented on by gully.moy Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany7 years ago

Parasola species.

gully.moy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by gully.moy San Francisco, California, USA7 years ago

Consider Leratiomyces ceres and Stropharia rugosoannulata.

gully.moy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by gully.moy New Jersey, USA7 years ago

Probably Calvatia gigantea

gully.moy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by gully.moy Georgia, USA7 years ago

Probably Armillaria

gully.moy Ringless Honey Mushrooms
Ringless Honey Mushrooms commented on by gully.moy Florida, USA7 years ago

Possibly young Armillaria.

gully.moy Amanita
Amanita commented on by gully.moy Victoria, Australia7 years ago

Amanita

gully.moy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by gully.moy Sri Lanka7 years ago

Could also be Cystoagaricus trisulphuratus

gully.moy Amanita (muscaria)?
Amanita (muscaria)? commented on by gully.moy Oregon, USA7 years ago

This looks really quite small and in the incorrect habitat for A. muscaria. Is that moss on wood? Consider Leratiomyces ceres.

gully.moy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by gully.moy Illinois, USA7 years ago

I think Lentinus/Neolentinus.

gully.moy Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by gully.moy Illinois, USA7 years ago

I don't think it's a typical shelf-fungus (Polypore). I think I can see a tiny bit of stem poking out towards the tree and maybe some faint gill like ridges around the margin. I'd guess Pholiota.

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