Tony Vilone's Photos and Galleries
Has an off-white cap when it is young.  the under surface of the cap a pale greenish yellow bruising blue! associated with hemlock, oak! Ontario
boletus pallidus
Has an off-white cap when it is young. the under surface of the cap a pale greenish yellow bruising blue! associated with hemlock, oak! Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019
 
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Hericium Ramosum- On decaying deciduous logs-Maple, Beech, Birch. September, October. Ontario
hericium ramosum
Hericium Ramosum- On decaying deciduous logs-Maple, Beech, Birch. September, October. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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On the deadwood of hardwoods usually on logs that are well decayed. Ontario
mycena haematopus
On the deadwood of hardwoods usually on logs that are well decayed. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Hericium Coralloides-On old logs and stumps-Maple, Beech, Oak-September, October. Ontario
hericium coralloides
Hericium Coralloides-On old logs and stumps-Maple, Beech, Oak-September, October. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Boletellus Russellii-Under Oak- Pine Oak Hemlock woods-July to September. Ontario
boletellus russellii
Boletellus Russellii-Under Oak- Pine Oak Hemlock woods-July to September. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019
 
Chris Liberty: These are great shots! I'd love to know where they were taken, if you remember.
 
Tony Vilone: Central Ontario

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On soil in conifer woods August, September. Ontario
otidea leporina
On soil in conifer woods August, September. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Summer Cep is a very close relative of the King Boletus, under oak. Ontario
boletus reticulatus
Summer Cep is a very close relative of the King Boletus, under oak. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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 Coral fungi such as this species are most often found in late summer and autumn growing on the ground.
clavulina amethystina
Coral fungi such as this species are most often found in late summer and autumn growing on the ground.
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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This violet coral produces tubular purple to pinkish-violet fragile slender branches. Ontario
clavaria zollingeri
This violet coral produces tubular purple to pinkish-violet fragile slender branches. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Hericium Coralloides-On old logs and stumps-Maple, Beech, Oak-September, October. Ontario
hericium coralloides
Hericium Coralloides-On old logs and stumps-Maple, Beech, Oak-September, October. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Black Morel, early spring in mixed forest of conifers, poplar. Ontario
morchella elata
Black Morel, early spring in mixed forest of conifers, poplar. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Blue staining cup is the only blue to green-stained orange cup fungus found in early spring. Ontario
caloscypha fulgens
Blue staining cup is the only blue to green-stained orange cup fungus found in early spring. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Commonly known as the apricot jelly,  usually associated with buried rotting wood and feels rubbery.
Ontario
guepinia helvelloides
Commonly known as the apricot jelly, usually associated with buried rotting wood and feels rubbery. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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"Old Man Of The Woods" On the ground among hardwood and conifer.  Ontario
strobilomyces floccopus
"Old Man Of The Woods" On the ground among hardwood and conifer. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Hericium Coralloides-On old logs and stumps-Maple, Beech, Oak-September, October. Ontario
hericium coralloides
Hericium Coralloides-On old logs and stumps-Maple, Beech, Oak-September, October. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Dryad's Saddle. On living or dead deciduous wood, elm, maple, willow, poplar, and birch. Mostly In May! Ontario
polyporus squamosus
Dryad's Saddle. On living or dead deciduous wood, elm, maple, willow, poplar, and birch. Mostly In May! Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Under or downwind from dead elm. Ontario
morchella esculante
Under or downwind from dead elm. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Jack O'Lantern! Clustered at base of stumps and on buried roots. In the dark the gills give off an eerie glow!
Ontario
omphalotus olearius
Jack O'Lantern! Clustered at base of stumps and on buried roots. In the dark the gills give off an eerie glow! Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Under or downwind from dead elm. Ontario
morchella esculante
Under or downwind from dead elm. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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Giant puffball, summer to late fall, in open woods, pastures. Ontario
calvatia gigantea
Giant puffball, summer to late fall, in open woods, pastures. Ontario
Posted: Feb 5th, 2019

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