They are everywhere! I've been noticing them not only in my garden but in lawns and parks when out on the dog walks. And like you show there is such an assortment of different kinds...crazy!
Love the last ones! I have seen them popping up all over too (not the last ones, but mushrooms in general).
beautiful colors. any good to eat?
Love them! I'm always amazed how they seem to appear overnight after our first rains...really makes you wonder at what going on in the soil :-)
We don't have much fungus here, probably too dry and sandy. They are quite amazing though!
MUSH-ROOM FESTIVAL for-est-us.http://www.pica.org/programs/detail.aspx?eventid=918see monday, DEC. 3 events - espec. talk by dan luoma at noon. " interrelationships among fungi, plants, and animals in our forests. Certain root-dwelling fungi (some of which produce choice edible mushrooms)..."
I have never seen so many different color mushrooms, it makes the garden look very nice.Thank you for sharing
One of the last images, the Fly Agaric, is the mushroom which first sparked my interest to wander in the Oregon coastal forests and photograph every fungi or mushroom I could find.
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