an arrangement of Crepidotus makes a fine autumn composition. Brooklyn Botanical Garden.
It is late fall and though there’s less and less mushrooms that I can find, the ones I do find make some purty compositions with fall colors all complimenting each other and stuff. The deep reds, browns, oranges and yellows make me feel cozy.
Daedaleopsis quercina,Thick-maze oak polypore, named after Daedales the Greek labyrinth maker. something like that. i think this is the big old maze version? on NY Mycological Society walk at Inwood Park on Sunday. beautiful, fun to stare into.
top side of the Crepidotus above
some kind of conk, varnished, Reishi-looking like thing but I don't know for sure what it is. Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Reishi? Young version of the one above. Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
leaf perches lightly on this polypore in Brooklyn Botanic Garden
conk, Reishi? Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Orange Mock Oyster, or Phyllotopsis nidulans, Prospect Park
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