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Hygrocybe ~ Gliophorus viridis. What a cool waxycap! Never seen this one before...I love green mushrooms! :3

they look like pretty green glass but are waxy fungi. Scientific name/s Hygrocybe/Gliophorus viridis/Stevensoniae.

Dacrymyces Stillatus, the Jelly fungus, growing on dead wood. The gelatinous fruiting bodies swell up in  rain.

{Mushroom} Dacrymyces Stillatus, the Jelly fungus, growing on dead wood. The gelatinous fruiting bodies swell up in rain.

Leucocoprinus birnbaumii | ©Ray Hempel    (McMinns Lagoon, Northern Territory, Australia)

Leucocoprinus birnbaumii | ©Ray Hempel (McMinns Lagoon, Northern Territory, Australia)

Mycena Leaiana, commonly known as the Orange Mycena or Lea's Mycena ~ By Francis Bossé

Orange Mycena or Lea's Mycena, [Mycena leaiana Mycena leaiana] is a North American species of saprobic fungi. Characterized by bright orange caps and stalks and reddish-orange gill edges, they usually grow in dense clusters on deciduous logs.

Mushrooms are masterpieces of Fairytale Mushrooms  Looks pretty, but they can kill you

Fairytale mushroom, pretty but it can kill you. photo by Geoff Longhurst

Russula virescens...a seriously tasty 'safe' mushroom!

Green Cracking Russula (Russula Virescens) Edible with caution.

Apricot Jelly Fungus (Guepinia helvelloides) ~ By Daryl Thompson

Apricot Jelly Fungus (Guepinia helvelloides) ~ By Daryl Thompson

Devils stinkhorn mushroom ~ By Bukowski

2017 New 120 Bonsai Seeds Exotic Seeds Red Mushroom Seeds Rare Vegetable Seed Good for Cooking Natural Growth Garden Landscaping

Calostoma lutescens - Blacksburg, Virginia

Calostoma lutescens - Blacksburg, Virginia - like a lot of fungi, it looks like some kind of little science fiction creature, but even more so.

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