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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)
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.)
Shroomus Plasterus94 viewsPlaster shroom found in many plots. Definitely inedible. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein. Phase III A48.)
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.)
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)
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)
Yellow Polypore64 viewsYellow Conk on the dead stump near bottom gate in Phase III. (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein. Phase III A48)
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)
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