|Gymnopus subnudus, previously known as Collybia subnuda,|
about 2-4 cm tall on rotten wood
|Unknown ascomycota, cup fungi about 2-3 mm wide|
Abundant rain for the past two weeks has brought out several slime molds, which are not fungi, but often found along with fungi. Most of the slime molds are best viewed under magnification, where the amazing features like hairs, spores, and tiny structures are suddenly visible.
|Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa, slime mold, tendrils about 5 mm long, on rotten wood|
|Lycogala epidendrum, Wolf's milk slime mold, each sphere about 4-7 mm wide, on rotten wood|