Tina Leotta
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Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor) taken by Dr. Steven Murray Old fallen ash tree covered in this delightful bracket fungi. Very common and highly variable. The bands can vary from white to black and everything in between. Blue versions are rather funky

Zombie mushroom hand. This Clathrus archeri, or "Devil's Fingers" - looks like a cold, dead hand reaching out to pull the rest of the zombie body out of the earth. Those even look like tattered sleeves down by the wrists of the hands!

oh wow: Zombie mushroom hand. This Clathrus archeri, or "Devil's Fingers" - looks like a cold, dead hand reaching out to pull the rest of the zombie body out of the earth. Those even look like tattered sleeves down by the wrists of the hands!

Giant Puff Ball Mushrooms, edible until their spores are emitted - easiest way to check is to slice them in half. If the interior is pure white, no pigmentation or veins, then you can have mushroom steaks.

Giant Puff Ball Mushrooms, edible until their spores are emitted - easiest way to check is to slice them in half. If the interior is pure white, no pigmentation or veins, then you can have mushroom steaks. - Found before at Morton Arboretum