Interesting to look at but gastronomically unappealing.
This one was identified as possibly Amanita
fulva where some volva has remained on the cap.
Here is a twig that has Witch's Butter plus
a pale fungus that does not look like un pigmented Witch's Butter. John Plischke III
thinks it might be Tremella fuciformis.
Here is a toothed fungus as hard as Birch
Polypore, growing on the ground.
Ellen thinks it might be Hydnellum aurantiacum, common name Orange Rough-cap Tooth.
Here is another tough one that could not be
dislodged from the ground. It looks like it is sweating.
It could be a young Fomitopsis spraguei. See this page.
Here is a picture of a fungus that likes
mushrooms as much as anybody. It looks like it is having a bad hair day. John Plischke III
thinks it is Troll Doll Fungus aka Syzygites megalocarpus.
If it is not Coltricia perennis, I miss identified it on purpose so as to give you pleasure of correcting me :o)
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