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Fabulous Fungi ~ Glow Mushroom

Bright yellow finger mushrooms - doesn't it look like a hand?

(don't know full info on this...but is this the species of mushroom recently discovered that grows in creeks/streams?)

The swamp beacon (US) or bog beacon (UK) is the club-shaped fruiting body of the Mitrula paludosa fungus (which was known as Mitrula phalloides).

Wrinkled Peach mushroom (Rhodotus palmatus) ~ By Dan Molter

Netted Rhodotus (Rhodotus palmatus) ~ By Dan Molter

Cyptotrama asprata - Parque “El Haya”, Xalapa, México | ©Ritter Walder

A gentle reminder not to get so caught up with waking everyone up that you forget to enjoy the little things in life along the way. Spend time enjoying something at least once per day.

Unicorn Mushroom - Entoloma quadratum   Entoloma quadratum (Entolomataceae) is one of those mushrooms that attract attention immediately when found fresh. Although they are small (up to 14 cm high), the caps and stipes are bright salmon orange.  These inedible mushrooms grow solitary to scattered on ground in broad-leaf forests, and can be found in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America.  References: [1] - [2] - [3]  Photo credit: ©Renée Lebeuf | Locality: St.-Alban, Quebec, Canada (2011)

Unicorn Mushroom - Entoloma quadratum Entoloma quadratum (Entolomataceae) is one of those mushrooms that attract attention immediately when found fresh. Although they are small (up to 14 cm high), the.

Rhodotus palmatus or the Netted Rhodotus. The only one of it's kind and no relatives.

Rhodotus palmatus or the Netted Rhodotus. The only one of its kind; no relatives.

martin pfister

Voice of Nature - Amazing glowing mushrooms photographed by Bernd.

Guepiniopsis alpina/Heterotextus alpinus--Golden jelly cone.   I'm thinking this is some type of stalactite rather than a mushroom, but I don't have a stalactite board.

Guepiniopsis alpina, Heterotextus alpinus, Golden jelly cone by chaerea

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