Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly amanita, is a poisonous and psychoactive basidiomycete fungus, one of many in the genus Amanita. Info ~ Wikipedia

Amanita muscaria (fly agaric or fly amanita mushroom) . They remind me of the Smurf cartoons. Looks like the Smurf homes.

Fungi

rhamphotheca: “ Wolf’s Milk (Lycogala epidendrum), a species of species of plasmodial slime mold, Brown-Lowry Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada (photo: Anne Elliott) ”

Bolete

Chosen as photo of the day on september by newspaper Trouw :-) But what's the name of this mushroom?

deliciousdimension: Hericium is a genus of edible mushrooms in the Hericiaceae family. Species in this genus are white and fleshy and grow on dead or dying wood; fruiting bodies resemble a mass of fragile icicle-like spines that are suspended from either a branched supporting framework or from a tough, unbranched cushion of tissue. via Synaptic Stimuli

deliciousdimension: “ Hericium is a genus of edible mushrooms in the Hericiaceae family. Species in this genus are white and fleshy and grow on dead or dying wood; fruiting bodies resemble a mass of fragile icicle-like spines that are suspended from.

Boletus frostii - Apple bolete or Frost's bolete

one of the poisonous ones, Boletus Frostii Mushroom Boletus frostii, commonly known as Frost's bolete or the apple bolete, is a bolete fungus first described scientifically in

Mendocino mushrooms by Jill Bliss

Mendocino mushrooms by Jill Bliss. Mushroom medley with agaric, created with found & arranged natural objects on daily wanderings among the islands of the Pacific Northwest. Photo by Jill Bliss.

Enoki mushrooms. These are probably the mushrooms we saw.

© Enoki Mushrooms ©Andy Phillipson / International Garden Photographer of the Year . There's a fungus among u

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