• Hygrocybe conica

    Came across these beautiful hygrocybe conica specimens catching the bus one morning. It’s likely I completely looked over these for a few days as they blended right in with the fall colors and fallen leaves. Thankfully I stooped down for whatever reason and was pleasantly surprised by these little fellas. A few days later I realized …

  • Coprinus

    In hopes of catching a nice batch of Coprinus to look at the first thing I did when I went outside today is run over to see if any new mushrooms had popped up since yesterday. I was in luck. This morning I finally was able to capture a few good photos of intact Coprinus …

  • It’s fall where are the mushrooms?

    It’s late October and I really was expecting to have more mushroom photos to share. Last I checked the leaves are changing color and it’s raining. It’s definitely fall so where are the mushrooms? A few weeks ago I was so happy to see mushrooms sprouting up in my yard. There were a few different varieties growing …

  • Mitrula elegans

    Hiking up to the Snoqualmie Tunnel today I came across a patch of Mitrula elegans growing in the water alongside the trail. Though small, their bright orange tops peeking out of the water were easy to spot against the dark brown leaves and green algae they were growing in. Their hollow whitish-grey stem is thin …