Latest Species

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Hexagonia hydnoides - Hairy hexagonia

Volusia Co. FL 11/15/18
This is one of the many bracket fungi - also known as shelf fungi. The top surface of the conk - or fruiting body - had a light-colored rim. In
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Clathrus columnatus - Column stinkhorn

Duval Co. FL 01/01/10
A putrid aroma is usually noticed before this mushroom is seen. Most commonly ranging through the southeastern Gulf coastal states, Columned st
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Scutellinia sp. - Eyelash cup fungi

Berkshire Co. MA 09/03/23
In Florida, more likely to be found in the central and north peninsula. The primary range is North America and Europe, but found more widespread
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Lanmaoa pseudosensibilis - 

Clay Co. NC 08/26/16
This large mushroom was growing in the woods near the trail on the lower portion of Jackrabbit Mountain in the Nantahala National Forest.

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Boletus pseudosensibilis

Artomyces pyxidatus - Crown-tipped coral fungus

Sumner Co. TN 07/04/09
This distinctive fungus is found throughout much of North America east of the Rocky Mountains. I have seen what I believe was the same species
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Clavicorona pyxidata

Hygrocybe sp. - Waxcap

Volusia Co. FL 09/18/21
Waxcap mushrooms that are likely a species in the genus Hygrocybe.
These mushrooms photographed in a xeric hammock look very muc
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Pleurotus pulmonarius - Summer oyster mushroom

Suwannee Co. FL 12/06/22
These mushrooms range throughout Florida except for in the Keys. Found in temperate and sub-tropical forests worldwide, mainly from April throug
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Pleurotus sp. - Oyster mushrooms

The mushrooms shown on this page appear to be various species of oyster mushrooms in the genus Pleurotus.
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Parmotrema sp. - Ruffle lichen

Volusia Co. FL 01/14/24

Coprinellus disseminatus - Trooping crumble cap

Flagler Co. FL 08/05/21
These little mushrooms often appear at the bases of stumps and can be found throughout Florida. The range extends worldwide except for the dries
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