Late July Mushrooms

Here are a few unusual mushrooms from a recent walk in the Gateway Trail and Pandapas areas around Blacksburg, Virginia.

a young specimen
Shaggy-stalked bolete, Heimioporus betula
Green-headed Jelly Baby, Leotia viscosa
Green-headed Jelly Baby, Leotia viscosa
Amanita Jacksonii
Amanita Jacksonii (?)
Suillus pictus or Painted suillus
Suillus pictus or Painted suillus
Red chanterelles
Red chanterelles
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Entoloma murrayi, “The Yellow Unicorn”
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Yellow Earth Tongues
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Black Earth Tongues, Geoglossum
Orange Spindle Coral?
Orange Spindle Coral?

2 thoughts on “Late July Mushrooms

    1. Oh, I know–they ARE far out! BTW, I had my first trip to Carvin’s Cove this spring with my husband. It was a lovely walk, and we saw Twayblade Orchids there along the trail. I was so excited, since I’ve rarely seen them anywhere before. All best!

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