September is National Mushroom Month, so I'm focusing on mushrooms and other fungi this week in the Second Look around the yard. It's curious that in one area, where there were several white mushrooms, all of them were knocked over. I'm not sure how that happened, but in earlier days, I would have suspected Wally and Theodore. Also, I know essentially nothing about fungi, so I welcome any help in identifying things.
Here's what I found.
|One of the white mushrooms that was knocked over. I've heard that squirrels and deer like mushrooms.|
|I don't know if these are little mushrooms are somehow related to the moss they're in.|
|Little fungi growing on mulch.|
|Orange, wavy fungus on stump.|
|White-edged fungus on rotting stump|
|Tan, flat-topped mushrooms|
|White fungus on rotting stump|
|Cluster of orange mushrooms|
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