Autumn mushrooms 2

 

More mushrooms of autumn in the spruce and fir forests including the destroying angel (Amanita virosa), starry coral fungus (Clavulina cristata), a bolete (Suillis maybe?), a cluster of white mushrooms with zoned caps, spine-studded puffballs (Lycoperdon perlatum), and a very pretty one covered in chocolate velvet.

 

 

And in the conifer swamps there are even more beautiful mushrooms.

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