Category: Fungi & Lichens

Tremella fuciformis, 27 June 2012

Tremella fuciformis, the Snowy fungus; Lowndes county, Georgia (27 June 2012). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Ganoderma zonatum, 15 February 2015

Ganoderma zonatum, the Zonatum bracket; Volusia county, Florida (15 February 2015). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Ganoderma zonatum, 04 January 2015

Ganoderma zonatum, the Zonatum bracket; Volusia county, Florida (04 January 2015). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Ganoderma zonatum, 04 January 2015

Ganoderma zonatum, the Zonatum bracket; Volusia county, Florida (04 January 2015). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Ganoderma applanatum, 24 May 2019

Ganoderma applanatum, the Artist’s bracket; Brevard county, Florida (24 May 2019). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Ganoderma applanatum, 24 May 2019

Ganoderma applanatum, the Artist’s bracket; Brevard county, Florida (24 May 2019). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Ganoderma applanatum, 09 July 2014

Ganoderma applanatum, the Artist’s bracket; Flagler county, Florida (09 July 2014). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Tremella fuciformis, 10 June 2016

Tremella fuciformis, the Snowy fungus; Collier county, Florida (10 June 2016). Gotta love the other-worldly Tremella fuciformis. When I was a kid, I called this The Blob For Reals. Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Cyathus striatus, 15 July 2013

Cyathus striatus, the Fluted bird’s nest fungus; Lowndes county, Georgia (15 July 2013). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Ganoderma zonatum, 29 December 2014

Ganoderma zonatum, the Zonatum bracket; Volusia county, Florida; 29 December 2014. Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Ganoderma applanatum, 09 July 2014

Ganoderma applanatum, the Artist’s bracket; Flagler county, Florida (09 July 2014). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Phaeotremella foliacea, 12 July 2019

Phaeotremella foliacea, the Leafy brain fungus; Spartanburg county, South Carolina (12 July 2019). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Tremella mesenterica, 29 April 2013

Tremella mesenterica, the Witch’s butter; Hamilton county, Florida (29 April 2013). Also commonly referred to as the Yellow brain fungus Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Tremella fuciformis, 25 June 2012

Tremella fuciformis, the Snowy fungus; Lowndes county, Georgia (25 June 2012). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Tremella fuciformis, 25 June 2012

Tremella fuciformis, the Snowy fungus; Lowndes county, Georgia (25 June 2012). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Cyathus striatus, 15 July 2013

Cyathus striatus, the Fluted bird’s nest fungus; Lowndes county, Georgia (15 July 2013). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Cyathus striatus, 15 July 2013

Cyathus striatus, the Fluted bird’s nest fungus; Lowndes county, Georgia (15 July 2013). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Cyathus striatus, 15 July 2013

Cyathus striatus, the Fluted bird’s nest fungus; Lowndes county, Georgia (15 July 2013). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Herpothallon rubrocinctum, 05 February 2014

Herpothallon rubrocinctum, the Christmas lichen; Flagler county, Florida (05 February 2014). Also known as Cryptothecia rubrocincta. Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Tremella fuciformis, 25 June 2012

Tremella fuciformis, the Snowy fungus; Lowndes county, Georgia (25 June 2012). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

A Fungus and a Paper Wasp (sitting in a tree), 20 September 2015

Ophiocordyceps endoparasitoid fungi (and) Mischocyttarus mexicanus cubicola, a neotropical paper wasp; Volusia county, Florida (20 Sep. 2015). Learn more about Ophiocordyceps and M. mexicanus cubicola at iNaturalist.org. A fairly awesome find in my backyard, here we have a endoparasitoid fungi (likely a species of Ophiocordyceps but possibly Cordyceps) hijacking… Continue Reading “A Fungus and a Paper Wasp (sitting in a tree), 20 September 2015”

Anolis carolinensis hiding within Shelf fungus, 09 June 2019

Shelf fungus of Order Polyporales (possibly Laetiporus cincinnatus, the White-pored chicken of the woods) and Anolis carolinensis, the Carolina green anole (hiding within the shelf fungus); Flagler county, Florida (09 June 2019). Learn more about the White-pored chicken of the woods at iNaturalist.org. Learn… Continue Reading “Anolis carolinensis hiding within Shelf fungus, 09 June 2019”