All the rain and storms here on Roundtop have wiped out any rain deficit from a dry spring. Now, it’s turning into a wet and stormy summer, and that is producing some interesting fungi. Summer is not usually the time I look for fungi. Summer is usually time for wildflowers and grass turning brown. Not this year.
Who knew that fungi could masquerade in a fashionable leopard skin? I have no idea what this fungi is, or rather was. The leopard spots are really the fungus disintegrating, but the effect is pretty neat.
I’m not sure about the name of the red fungus. It may be an older Salamander Fungus but I’m not sure.