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Conk's Favorite Food49 viewsF. formentarius. Conk. Bracket or Shelf fungi. Saprophytic. Best not to eat. These on stumps just outside lower gate to Centinela. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein)Oct 23, 2020
Yellow Polypore64 viewsYellow Conk on the dead stump near bottom gate in Phase III. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein. Phase III A48)Jul 14, 2020
Puffballs (or Pixie Farts)79 viewsPolyphyletics

Distinguishing feature: Don't have an open cap with spore-bearing gills. Instead explode to send spores into the breeze. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein Phase III A48)
Jun 29, 2019
Shroomus Plasterus94 viewsPlaster shroom found in many plots. Definitely inedible. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein. Phase III A48.)Dec 09, 2018
Lepioda top view93 viewsLepiod's have distinctive scaling. Only one of several identification features. Some some poisonous, some delicious. Learn more. (Photo Credit: D Feinstein. P III A48. Past Presiden L.A.Mycological Soc.)Dec 09, 2018
Lepioda101 viewsLepioda. Dec 9, 2018. Lepiota is a genus of gilled mushrooms in the family Agaricaceae. All Lepiota species are ground-dwelling saprotroph (Photo Credit: D Feinstein. Past Presiden L.A. Mycological Soc. P III A48.)Dec 09, 2018
Mystery at this time90 viewsThis morning 7am. 10-7-18. White. Gills decurrent. Stalk thin. Too fragile now.
Will remove for I.D. in a few days - if still around (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein Phase III A48)
Oct 07, 2018
Working hard to decompose old wood.140 viewsSulphur Shelve located just outside lower gate. Helping to decompose old wood. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein Phase III A48)Jun 20, 2018
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