Black trumpet or horn of plenty (Craterellus cornucopioide) August, 2021. Doug Wipf
Fly agaric (Amanita muscaria) September 19, 2021 Photo by Alan Rawle.
Sulphur shelf (Laetiporous sulphureus) October, 2021. Photo by Alan Rawle.
Fringed or sessile earthstar (Geastrum fimbriatum) Photo by Doug Wipf.
September, 2021. Photo by Pam Landry
We think this is yellow fairy cups (Bisporella citrina). Barre Falls Dam October 17, 2021. Photo by Anne Greene.
Eastern stinkhorn (Phallus ravenelli) September 2021. Harvard Pond, Petersham Photo by Pam Landry
Violet-toothed polypore (Trichaptum biforme) September, 2021. Photo by Pam Landry
Scrambled egg slime mold (Fuligo septica) Rutland, August 2021. Photo by Doug Wipf.
Dryad saddle (Polyporus squamosus) September, 2021. Photo by Pam Landry
Clitocybe sp? Dingy bowl cap (Clitocybe tarda)? September, 2021. Photo by Pam Landry
Purple coral fungus ( Clavaria lavandula) Warwick, late summer 2021. Photo by Jack Cadwell.
Inky cap (Coprinus sp.) cluster. September, 2021, Quabbin Reservation. Photo by Pam Landry.
Blue-green cup fungus (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) found at Barre Falls Dam, October 17, 2021, is a very common fungus, although it's more common to see the green- stained wood than to actually see the fruiting bodies. Photo by Anne Greene.
A chipmunk at Moore State Park in Paxton nibbles a mushroom of unknown species. Photo August 14, 2021 by Alan Rawle.
Barre Falls Dam, October 17, 2021. Photo by Anne Greene.
Parasol mushroom (Leucoprinus sp.), September 13, 2021. Photo by Alan Rawle.
A younger and more colorful fly agaric (Amanita muscaria), poisonous no matter what color or age. September, 2021.