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Laccaria amethystina, commonly known as the Amethyst Deceiver is a small brightly colored, edible mushroom, that grows in deciduous as well as coniferous forests. Because its bright amethyst coloration fades with age and weathering, it becomes difficult to identify, hence the common name ‘Deceiver’. It is found mainly in Northern temperate zones

Laccaria Amethystina, commonly known as the Amethyst Deceiver, is a small brightly colored mushroom, that grows in deciduous as well as coniferous forests. The mushroom itself is edible, but can absorb arsenic from the soil.

Hygrocybe punicea, sometimes called Crimson or Scarlet Waxy Cap, is a colourful member of the genus Hygrocybe, the waxcaps, found across Northern Europe. It's the largest member of the genus, w an initially bell-shaped, and later flattening. The spore print is white. The ringless stipe is up 5–9 cm high and 2 cm wide, red w a paler yellow or whitish base. The flesh is whitish. It has a wide distribution in grasslands across Laos, and in woodland in North America.

B O H E M I A N ☮ ❁ ғollow ↠ ↞ on pιnтereѕт & ιnѕтagraм ғor мore ιnѕpιraтιon ☪ ☆ mushroom Crimson Waxcap (Hygrocybe punicea) ~ By Rob Sutton

Mycena sp, Cavite, Philippines, Oct 9, 2011.

pretty little mushrooms ~ Mycena sp, Cavite, Philippines, Oct 2011

Phellodon sinclairii Phellodon sinclairii is a native fungus found in beech forests of New Zealand. P. sinclairii has white spores and grows from the ground, reaching a height of 45 mm by 80 mm wide.

Phellodon sinclairii is a native fungus found in beech forests of New Zealand. sinclairii has white spores and grows from the ground, reaching a height of 45 mm by 80 mm wide

Bleeding Fairy Helmet (Mycena Haematopus) ~ By Stefano Vianello

Bleeding Fairy Helmet (Mycena Haematopus) ~ By Stefano Vianello. These are pink mushrooms, people.

Redleg Club Fungus (Typhula Erythropus) ~ By Milan Zajac

Mushroom Typhula erythropus - photo by Milan Zajac

Morel Mushroom (Morchella esculenta var. vulgaris)

another edible delicious morel Morchella esculenta var. vulgaris ~ © Pauline and Ian Wildlife Images

Guepiniopsis alpina/Heterotextus alpinus--Golden jelly cone.   I'm thinking this is some type of stalactite rather than a mushroom, but I don't have a stalactite board.

Guepiniopsis alpina, Heterotextus alpinus, Golden jelly cone by chaerea

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